Spoken Word: Is Sorry Enough?

She was a speeding train with no brake to the heart. Those romantic moonlight walks and picnics in the park. In my arms her body vibrates with the most seductive rhythm

Spoken Word: Is Sorry Enough?

Physically strong but I was as week as a napkin in the rain. Right now I'll do anything to deliver to her secured assurance again

Loving was heavenly, wanting as fresh air in a gas chamber
Angelic pulse strobes the stars as the moon shone Amber
She was a five way intersection at rush hour
Added instability all her signal lights broken or out of power
Still irresistible, freedom from her grasp was not my desire
Maybe confusing, I was molten solder and she was my fire
My heart cherished that feeling uncontrollable to achieve
Come doesn't mean approach, nor go means leave

She was a speeding train with no brake to the heart
Those romantic moonlight walks and picnic in the park
In my arms her body vibrates with the most seductive rhythm
Tried leaving but stepping from pleasure could not be fathomed
Desirable as hot fudge on a sundae yet lactose intolerant
Rough a method that excites her passion yet lubricant
Insecurity is not her forte, cultural essence she is as bold as ink
A carnival of entertainment subtle, romantic, she made you think

Volunteered to aide the less fortunate not just financially
Fed, clothes and assist with shelter where necessary
A rock of society yet a hale storm of affection offered
Why did I cheat? Inquisitive, lust or errantly feeling sheltered
Boring she was not. So tell me again why did I cheat?
Though she threatened, I underestimate this dreadful meet
I'm a shattered mirror lost in a tornado my heart is broken
To lose this great woman and the angle this life has taken
Physically strong but I was as week as a napkin in the rain
Right now I'll do anything to deliver to her secured assurance again

Note: William "Bubbles" Galloway is MNI Media's Resident Spoken Word Contributor