A Love Poem by Candice Louisa Daquin

A poem by Candice Louisa Daquin at Borderless

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TU ME FAIS MAL AVEC TA BEAUTÉ  the shadows of us were violet with the crush of desire racing in broken ways toward the other occasioning a need to focus through glass the elongation of your beauty and this is for you touche-moi avec ta douleur this is for you and all the moments you weren't here You put your face up into my face invading, disfiguring my space like your hunger wasn't sate near enough to avoid being feral I lay my cheek against your sharpness and you bit into my fall joining burning fray as if you belonged there just as I the shadows of us were violet with the crush of desire racing in broken ways toward the other occasioning a need to focus through glass the elongation of your beauty and this is for you touche-moi avec ta douleur this is for you…

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