You took my hand and held my gaze;
Gave me what my father denied.
I swirled inside your savage blaze;
Your love left me to freeze outside.
Hair grasped when I starved your desires;
Punched with enraged irritation.
Clothes torn from a body on fire;
Fierce thrusts laced in degradation.
Lost breath when crushed underneath you;
In your vice, I suffocated.
Diseased love reduced to a screw;
It couldn’t be resuscitated.
Nothing left of the lost boy’s cheers;
A sparkled soul dulled by the past.
Brutal words echoed through the years;
A black heart ensured love couldn’t last.