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Poem: gentle thief

Posted by beansy , 11 February 2013 · 18 views

You let that moon-light hit me
Slap my thighs, that you laid bare.

But you acted gentle. You acted gentle.

You hid all that wrong behind soft
touches and the pretence

that everything was fine

As long as you were gentle.

You taught me that you can
softly, tenderly
humiliate, denigrate, salivate

all at once.

You can use soft lips to
rip open someone
leave them with deep
scars.

You can use a squeeze
to leave a person feeling
powerless, worn out,
hopeless.

You acted gentle while you
brutalized my sense of
self respect.

Your gentleness is a
thief who expertly robs
those who have so little
anyways.

You still have to pay
for what you took.



Very powerful. I can identify with this too. Thank you for sharing.

July 2014

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