Play Me: I'M Your Piano

Poem By Emily Myers

Your seductive eyes play me like the piano
which you use to tune your mistruths
Slowly you draw me in with your medicinal vocals
that envelope me in warm, soft tones.
Keep singing to me Siren; lure me out to sea
I’ll follow your lies, lulled by your naïve beauty
Sugar coated notes slip between your teeth
I shut my eyes and follow the oceans deadly drift
When suddenly the music stops, my smile starts to fade
Oh Siren, you’ve abandoned me, your ever faithful slave

Comments about Play Me: I'M Your Piano

This is sad, but what a creation i must say...and i adore the title! Preets

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