native new yorker with dominican roots. writer of all things love, life, family, sex, friends and everything in between. a not so secret obsession with stringing along words to form perfect sentences - reflecting what the mouth can't say. 

Pay Me.

I want you to pay me
Look me in the eye and see me in you
See that I was begging you
To let me in

Instead I let you in
you crawled your way into me so deep
made yourself at home
intoxicated me
suffocated me
filled my lungs with poison
You destroyed me inside out

And for that
I want you to pay me
Let’s settle the score

Let me bang down the door to your soul
paint the walls black
never light a candle
and deprive you from your light
crumble your dignity
make you believe that im planting gardens of tulips and lillies

I’ll use my own light to push me through the dark corners in you
and leave you
like,
Just pay me.

History Lessons.

I Never Knew You.