Twisted Truth: Part IV (Hidden Memory)

As the doctor said I was prone to AIDS
My amnesia started to fade
I started to recall the sex-scenes
That had led me to this
As the doctor me HIV-positive pronounced
I recalled that I went in unprotected

I remembered how my body sold me out
I remembered everything about that night
I remembered how we did it
Between the sheets
How irresponsible I had been
By allowing her to unbutton my jean
I remembered
How I invited my woes
By kissing her from lips to toes
I remembered
How I her bra tore
How she begged for more
I remembered
How I stripped her naked
And went into her unprotected
I remembered
How I inside her exploded
How I threw out my life
Why I was paying the price
I remembered clearly

(Originally Composed: 15h45 08 January 2007 – 08h00 09 January 2007)

Welliam Shezispeare

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