Spoiling Snippets

spoiling

Worship

I was never impartial

Not in regards to your heart

Which I hung

Irreverently in the firmament

A sanguine moon

Always ripe but unavailable

In its quicksilver revolutions

Around those, less radiant suns

Spoiled

I held you for only a moment

Just long enough to elevate

A dervish, I watch you tantrum

Destroy that which was intended to placate

I know your emptiness

That way it siphons all condolence

So that even in company

You remain, alone

Trophy

I would have done anything

To make you happy

Except love you as is

An ideal spilling untamed

From riotous constellations

A burden borne of indulgence

I wanted to dream

Without the risk

Of intimacy

Judgement

I wanted the Goddess

Not the mortal

For you are so curiously broken

And I, too pitilessly human

Not to judge

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Shallow

Once fallen even a smile

May hinder

Do not wash your face

In my presence

There is nothing beneath

That would bid me stay

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Spoiling

I’m a ruthless man

So long as you are garnished

I’ll watch you spoiling

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This is about the tragedy of being born beautiful, of being spoiled and idealized but never loved genuinely. This is fictional at least I am not any of the characters