“Raise your weapon”, you softly sung to me,
eyes shimmering deeper than space, I see.
Your lips carved each word with delicacy;
this the world’s greatest pleasure, all for free.
Your skin as soft as the most gentle cloud,
releasing a scent, a lustrous shroud.
We became ‘one’, visible through the crowd,
but your love was all, all and too loud.
You forgot, “ripping my heart was so easy,”
you know, the main line of the song you loved.
The lies you tried to make me believe we’re crazy
yet you pushed your agenda, you just shoved.
Now my mind is fractured and all too hazy,
“I love you,” you say, but you left me unloved.