TW: sexual assault
At the party you press me against the wall
Your tongue is an invader more than an inquirer in my mouth
My dress is too tight, my dress is too short
I don’t remember how I got here, I don’t even want to.
It’s been about a year of stolen glances
But I never thought you would go so far
Except that one time when maybe I thought-
But no, now I can’t think at all because you’re like a dragon
Shooting fire down my neck. Why can’t I breathe?
You lick the blood you drew from my lip
And whisper you love how my passion tastes.
Can’t you see? This is all so wrong it’ll leave a mark-
What’s worse, all the art will be blamed on the canvas.
I did this once at another party in another city-
I kissed a boy and we left to waste an hour,
I woke up soon enough to discover five years gone.
You ask if I want to stay up with you until morning
Don’t take this the wrong way but I just want to-
No. Please, I have to go home. I’m sorry- sorry,
Sorry to be a tease or give you the wrong idea
Sorry sorry sorry, please leave me alone.
Please don’t make me watch you pulverize my soul-
I didn’t even want to party tonight. Why did I?
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