Jaxon’s Lullaby

Part One

You came on my shooting star,

You were the whisper destined to break my heart.

Your hair was like glass, your voice like the waves.

Damn, I knew I would die today.


You stood with the sun, waiting to rise.

You said no goodbyes, but your eyes told me lies.

Your lips kissed my soul, “This time, will you stay?”

No? Damn, I knew I would die today.


The gray of your skies always mesmerize,

With your poison inside, while your hands grip my thighs.

Caresses like honey I never can taste.

Damn, I knew I would die today.


Your blood that’s my blood is never to grow.

Your fingers like ice, as cold as the snow.

Your hug is mere fire and melts me like clay.

Damn, I knew I would die today.

Obsessed with the shadows that threaten to leave.

The sorrow of words I’m stuck here to read.

Yesterday’s abyss, settling over your grave.

Damn, I knew I would die today.


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