“Risk Free!”


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“Try my love risk free,”

She whispered ardently,

She said it so earnestly,

How could I not believe?

 

Her eyes left me no doubt,

Yet the truth took another route,

How could she bring this about,

Had she practiced to deceive?

 

Her lips were moist and sweet,

She was mesmerizing clear to her feet,

She was a vision of truth, not deceit,

Was there any part of her I couldn’t believe?

 

She was a veritable love machine,

Grinding, twisting, crushing everything between,

Her love was more hidden than seen,

Had she practiced to deceive?

 

Her heart and her head were miles apart,

As she torched my love and took my heart,

I wondered, oh why, oh why, did I ever start,

But how could I not believe?

 

True to her word she was risk free,

There was no love, no commitment, no honesty,

She didn’t even need to lie to me,

I wanted desperately to believe,

 

I dared to be loved by her flame,

She drew me in without calling my name,

I fell for love so willingly that I’m to blame,

I didn’t think she would deceive,

 

All she said to me,

She whispered it so sweetly,

“Try my love, risk free.”

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4 thoughts on ““Risk Free!”

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    1. I’ve asked myself if I’m willing to be vulnerable. When I approached the question I was not so sure because I think anything worth doing involves some risk. Can anything ever be risk free?

      May the sun be on your face and the wind at your back as the Lord blesses you throughout the day. Carpe diem!

  1. sad, you seem heart breaking….

    a man’s perspective,

    PS: how do you know she took it? at times, one sided love, plus continued communication lead one to believe that, she took it…the fact is: love is private, if she has no private interaction with you, then love is not validated.

    good luck.

    love is burning theme regardless one’s age, we must have control of what shall be preserved and what to let go.

    powerful expression, keep being hopeful.

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