Eclipse fun

She leans forward to whisper in his ear
“Let’s go and have some fun” His eyes
Meet hers and they share a smile that
Only they both understand.  Their smile
They walk away from the pool party that
Neither of them is interested in anymore
They find an empty place away from life
His eyes take a deeper and colder shine
She looks up at him to say what she can’t
Vocalize they were one and the same
They both pick on the stillness in the air
The alluring scent of crimson calls them
“Its time” he murmurs against her lips
Their hands cold enough to freeze hell
They sprint and laugh circling the girl
Silly humans she muses and disgust beats
In her heart on frailty of living beings
The girl shivers and quickens her pace
The temperature seems to have dropped
As the forest cowers away in fear and awe
The blue moon hides behind the clouds
Watching the game of life and death
Rarely such a display of power is seen
They snarl in unison tightening the trap
Tonight nature will witness a sight that
Will be imprinted on air perpetually

Hide and Seek

I told him my favorite childhood game
He looked at me with a smirk
And I melted in his smoldering gaze
He knew he’d won my heart
Now we play it all the time
I hide as he seeks and nobody knows
In bars, in pubs, in crowds,
Between friends and sunsets
We look at each other from across
and I’d bite my lip as I lick off
the last drop of wine from the glass
Like a predator devouring his hunt
His eyes breathe in my movements
Waiting patiently to claim his prey
A shiver runs down my spine
I turn to listen to our friend
And he laughs on a joke she made
His eyes find mine again
And I can’t look away from them
A smile passes between us
Our secret travels without words
Hidden beneath the clothes
We are marked to each other

The Game

He reaches out
She cowers and stumbles
He quickly grabs both her hands pulling her into his arms
She feels a chill run down her spine
He breathes down her neckline
She struggles to escape
His hands cold, his grip tightens
“look at me” a harsh whisper escapes his lips
Trembling and gasping for air she meets his eyes
“You will be the death of me” her mind screams but her eyes refused to move from his face
A cold smile shapes on his deformed face knowing he had won
She feels the world spinning around her, “please don’t” she begs
The glistening predator eyes raked over her body
He fingers trace the mark – his mark
He travels from the puffy cheeks to the swan neck
She has gone too far again, too far to stop this
She despises her weaknesses, her body is on fire
Like a fish out of water she reaches out to him to save her
He knows what she needs but he loves to see her wither
She knows he will pick her apart like a porcelain doll
She whimpers, he laughs
She gropes as she falls on the floor
He enjoys this just as much as his last whisky shot at the bar every night
She says what he wants to hear “pleee..please”
He bends down and viciously claims what was his all along.