I drop into the creamy depths of your candied, jellied eyes.
Rivulets of syrup drip-drop from the lashes.
Your honeyed voice thickens upon standing.
Saccharine sounds ride the sugar-high that never crashes.
I am drugged at the sight of your melted chocolate skin,
Rolled in sugar, powdered and garnished for that luscious, narcotic effect.
Your cookie crumb lips tremble. Your caramel will line the inside of my mouth.
I want to lap up the brown granules that dot the corners and the golden crystals I will collect.
My blood sugar is making me delirious
I heave. I pant. I sigh.
Oh, my! You are so sweet,
As sweet as cyanide.