Have you ever examined a man
piece-by-piece, limb to limb,
noticing his naked jawline,
the way it moves to form words
as his mouth opens and closes,
telling you that he needs you,
the way his eyes latch onto you,
trapping you inside his stare,
a strange prison filled with
chaining you motionlessly to
his soulless grey walls.
He undresses you, burning
away muscle tissue from bone,
revealing the purples trailing
along your unoxygenated blood,
exposing organs painted lifeless
abandoned outside an icy cold body.
He drains you empty, eats you
whole, sinks his teeth into your
soul, leaves you lifeless, an emptiness
fueled by love, a barrenness blackened
and seared by his possession over
the frigid frail breaths you breathe.