Intimate Poison

Intimate Poison


With just one piercing bite

You seeped into my soul

Littering your dirty essence

On my innocent hopeful dreams


I was so young

Mesmerized by you

I would watch the world stop

When you entered the room


Each move that you made

To weaken my little, innocent heart

Worked like a charm

Down to each and every part


I would fall at your feet

Eat out of your hand

I followed you everywhere

You were my man


This thing you called love

Was never love at all

Years ’till I realized

I was fooled by it all


You made me believe

You had love for me

It was all just an illusion

It took me years just to see


You had a poison

A love like sickness

You infected me bad

With your love’s fake wickedness


The intimate poison

That you used on me

I’m completely immune

I am forever free


~ J. Lefever ~



This piece, oh, remembering a love, a very young love, that was not a love at all… or was it?

Do we remember our first loves forever? I think so. Even if it is young, and crazy, and doesn’t even make sense, believe that the heart remembers what it felt like to love for the very first time…



©Think. Speak. Tryst. Publication




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