Night embraces her as she stands,
Radiate with intimacy,
Smoking a lit cigarette in hand.
Her eyes I stare endlessly,
Time and cause lost in pleasure sight,
But she has her view for an other.
Seeking fervor within our chatter,
Masking our feelings with small words and lies,
But her mouth belongs to an other.
Her mind I wish to mine,
Into the dark depths of her nature and linger,
But she thinks of an other.
Her clothes I want to peel
Soothe her body and twine,
But she bares for an other.
I howl for you,
Under the moon,
But I too belong to an other.