By Anonymous

Consider your many years,
Now let them fall irrelevant.
Make me the only colour you see,
Your one distraction.
Tremble and shake when I touch you.
Feel your ears ringing,
And your stomach churning,
As you stumble in my wake.
Your eyes burn with the sight of me,
And your heart races when I am close.
When you lay down to sleep,
May lust keep you awake.
I wish to haunt your every thought,
Only to see the guilt leave you through a smile,
The moment I say hello.

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