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I Was in Heaven

Moonlit sky, a zillion shining stars
the pale brightness fills the night
alone, broken, beaten with scars †
loveís roller coaster I was on tonight    
†  
Seeking warmth, craving for heat †
salty sea breeze fills the gurney †
aimless roaming feeling totally beat †
caused for loveís wondering journey †
†  
reminiscing, the night turns to dawn †
pondering the times, a blitz romance †  
an unknown felling made to spawn †
was it bliss from her hypnotic trance †
†  
a love story during the phasing moon †
glowing eclipse wild orchids bloom †
a lady in red just walked into my room †
her blue hair streaks with gold loom †
†  
at that moment, ruptured was reality †  
craziness was blessed with immortality †  
for Iím a woman, thatís a blasphemy †
excited, the sweetness was a fantasy †
†  
feeling her embrace, a loveís surge †
my body buckles, ages was my urge †
never imagined of such soft delight †
for this wasnít a romance with a knight †
†  
thus a journey, everything was right †  
embraced love throughout the night †
a firm grip, I can only hold on tight †
surrendered to her, my lover that night †  
†  
satin bodiced a rosy peak she chased †
pink lace so haloed, soft silks blazed †  
subtlle glance, temptations in place †  
basic instinct I passionately graced †
†  
trembling elegance me, senses awake †
romancing bodies, quiver and quake †
breathlessly, making love in a chapel †
she never stopped till I finished well †
I was in heaven, damned! Sheís from hell
XiaoLong
Written by XiaoLong
Published | Edited 26th May 2020
Author's Note
Inspired by this poem :-
"She was heaven and she was hell. And when she was finished, he would lay in bed, breathless, waiting to get the feeling back in his legs." ó "Untitled" by Mason Fowler
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