When we met, you lit up a part of me that I never knew was so dark
When you left you took a piece of me I wasn’t aware I was holding
When we kissed you filled a part of me that I thought was never empty
For I had comfortably filled it with alcohol and kisses from strangers.
But you came in to my life;
Like a hurricane that vowed to destroy everything in its path.
You swept me off my feet and spun me around in the air like a force to be reckoned with
I felt love at the same time I felt destruction.
You were the type of guilty pleasure I knew I wasn’t supposed to be enjoying or having,
Because it would all be over soon.
Because you would leave and I’ll be left in the mess that I used to be.
But you were the drug that every fiber in my body craved for.
And in the aftermath of your love, I was the wreck that you left behind.
Knotted hair and lips that cried for yours,
missing pieces of my heart thrown and scattered for the birds to find.
You were a hurricane that I stood with arms wide open for,
screaming at the skies to take me with you in your torrent of madness and love.