I Don't Have A White Horse
I don’t have a white horse
I don’t even know how to ride one
And so we begin the disappointment
How much time is needed
For your heart to decide
If I can provide you the right moment?
The moment you dreamed of
The instant in time you crave
To relieve you of your lonely torment
Have you ever wondered about the dreams of a man?
And if you are not that dream
How can you expect him to live under your judgment?
I wonder if you will understand
That as we kiss
Time will stop for as long as your lips are in agreement
And when they part to allow further exploration
Will you know my desire has made the journey
Past your own to ask your heart for its consent?
Do you feel the shock of indecision
While you moan feelings of need
And reach wildly as morality makes it’s inevitable descent?
And now with the roaring fire of complete surrender
Burning in ways you never could contemplate
Will you set before it your dream for its abandonment?
What you could have never known
Was your imagination was steeped in fantasy
Melting, as my touch made all your plans transparent
As the fear of my power rises before you
And the prospect of my allure to others such as yourself
You must decide if I am worth the gamble for your fulfillment
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