Sadist Heart

Poem By dino evans

Lie to me, my Love
Desperate need, longing to hear...
Lean in, Oh so close...you see
Light reflects, descending tear...

Ask me, To believe in you
Promise hope..Unknown to I...
Dawn shall stop, with beating heart
Morning sunset, darkened sky...

Be not true, to truth
Released, the Sadist heart set free...
Just this moment to be mine...
Allow sorrow to comfort me...

Quiet thoughts of all alone
Embrace lost tattered spirit...
Whispered footsteps, to the soul...
Impassioned love, A chance to hear it...

Torture...Oh! , the pain, sublime...
It burns, within your eyes...
I feel the heat of sorrow, lost...
Sadist heart, desires lies...

Come in restless, reckless night
Pretend love.. meant to be...
Wrap deceit around the dream...
And Baby.. baby, lie to me...

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