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You, Me and the Third Degree Burns
by Lola Nation

Thursday, November 11, 2010
Rated "PG13" by the Author.
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Speaking from the one who knows better

and the one who never learns -

You

me

and the third degree

burns

 

If I tell you a secret

Will you promise to keep it?

 

If I promise a dirty confession

Will you be smiling then?

Hoping you taught me a lesson

taking me down from a high

that was not yours

was not mine

 

Perversion’s progression

starts with the mind

slithers in

tickling and tantalizing

the skin

 

 

ooh baby do and oh baby don’ts

 

 

kissing, licking with closed

eyes and doors

 

will she or won’t she

keep asking

for more

 

Compulsion is hunger

and you were starving

long before you ever met me

 

There’s nothing enticing

about obsession

You’re holding your money out

ready to bet, watching words spin round

the wheels of your turbulent mind

who’s lucky number is it? Yours, or was it mine?

 

 

I thought I told you

I don’t play the field

I like to break

even

 

I’m sure that I’ve mentioned

as Queens were concerned

It was only in a deck of cards.

 

Luck be a Lady tonight

(we’re not sure she was to begin with)

but among the bitches

I’m pretty sure

you prefer

my pet

Agree?

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Reviewed by Lonnie Hicks 11/12/2010
You are finding your voice. Keep working it.
Reviewed by John Flanagan 11/12/2010
Lola,
I like how you deliver this...a strong, very personalised style;

"Compulsion is hunger
and you were starving
long before you ever met me"

says so much in the context of the relationship and about feelings and desires in general.

John



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