"Are you sure you feel okay?" he asked me
A bittersweet feeling filled me up to the brim
With deep thought. I cried, trying to keep the
Demons out of the light.. I worried that
They wanted him like they wanted the light.
"I really don't want to hurt you," he exclaimed
A rush of pleasurable pain overwhelmed
My mind. I stared deep into his eyes and,
Like a mother to kin, I took pain by the helm
And delved further into the abyss.
"Please don't go any farther than you can"
I jumped down, only to rise out as a cold,
Scared child, myself. What I saw in the pit
Was my own dignity, insecure and dulled
By the emptiness I saw as I left the hole.
"Are you enjoying this? You're really good at it"
Now I find myself craving the hell down
Under. I can recognize everything in light,
But light lies, like demons. In there I found
where everyone shows their most primal form.
"That was amazing. Thank you. I'm so happy
To have shared that experience with you."
And you, by nature, are exactly what I need.
Patient, caring, concerned, fulfilling.
I found you in the dark, and in the dark,
That honest, sincere dark we stay.