Bare Skin

I shelled out my armour,

A single scale at a time.

And I lay fragile before you,

Seeking just a little bit of your time

 

You ignited a fire,

Barricading walls around me.

But you still remained my desire,

Though you left me here all lonely

 

You ignited this anger,

This rage grows against you.

I cover my fragile naked self,

With thin sheet of bare skin.

 

I shed away my anger

With every passing time

For this heart’s convinced of one thing

To have you is divine.

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