Caffeine - a poemFunny how something so simple and cleanCan be something quite deadly caffeineSure, one may not think of it as suchNeither did I very muchThat is until that fateful dayWhen I did something early that daySitting on my bed while drinking a popWas when I noticed my limbs starting to dropThis wasn't the typical sort of exhaustionGranted I did go without sleep, I forgot to mention.Shaking my head and capping the bottleWas when I felt my heart go full throttle.Everything within my vision went blackThis far beyond a dizziness attack.Next thing I know four hours have passedAnd the dizziness and tension feel gone at last.I didn't touch the Dew after that nightAnd I never will after that bit of fright.
Save MeLove me. Touch me.Need me. Want me.These are the things a girl likes to hear It can be among the things she holds most dear.To feel loved and wanted as wellCan save someone from a living hell.Being alone, take it from me,Is far worse than death could ever be.Scare me. Chill me.Pierce me. Kill me.I would rather be any one of theseThan all alone crying on my kneesAll alone in the nightKnowing that I'll never feel right.Alone I stumble aboutUntil I fall deep enough and I can't get out.Grasp me. Hold me.Help me. Save me.Spiraling down in my despairGoing in deeper, thinking no one will care
Then I feel someone grab me in hasteAs if there is not even a second to wasteThe descent stops and I am held securedIn two strong arms that are self-assuredIn their strength to hold me tightSo that I will not slip into oblivion darker than night.Kiss me. Love me.I'm yours until the end of timeNeed me. Want me.And in return, say you'll be mine