My Midnight, my Sahara

August 1, 2010
By ZCmusiclover SILVER, Ashland, Pennsylvania
ZCmusiclover SILVER, Ashland, Pennsylvania
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Favorite Quote:
Let us endeavour so to live that when we come to die even the undertaker will be sorry- Mark Twain

When I see you, sitting there
I cannot help but stare
For your beauty is laid bare
Laid bare for all to see.

My Midnight, my Sahara.

You are one, but two as well
In these things you excel
Confusion, you could raise Hell
You torment my soul laid bare.

My Midnight, my Sahara.

Dark as night you seem to me
I require a key
Whatever that may be
A key to unlock what, pray tell.

My Midnight, my Sahara.

Dry as a terrible drought
You fill my heart with doubt
Our wills now enter a bout
Until a winner comes out.

My Midnight, my Sahara

You grant me only a taste
And then leave me to waste
I run after you with haste
Until we are encased
In our own love.

My Midnight, my Sahara

The author's comments:
This is a poem I wrote a long time ago, I just wanted to get some feedback, I feel it is amateurish but I just wanted to share it. It's about two girls that I liked, and could'nt decide which one to ask out.

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