When sweaty palms reach sweaty thighs

When tongues christen foreign grounds

When the world I once knew disappeared the moment I tasted you

I screamed your name in vain

In a room were love was never understood

In a room where a basketball guarded the door

my faith was held in that ball

In a room were you were never allowed on top

You were too rough and refused to stop

The way we kissed and got lost in each others eyes

Was enough to drown out my doubts

The way your dark thick hair was caked to your face with sweat

And your eyes rolled back in your head

And my name rang from your lips with certain happiness

The minute we walked in that room the rest of the world was forgotten

And lust took over

Your calloused manly hands grazed my back

As your tongue slithered its way into my heart

The way my heart shattered in that room

When you found out I knew

Your eyes moistened while mine filled with disgust

A barrier was broken as was our trust

I screamed forgotten words at you

As you put away your clothes

Obviously oblivious to the fact tears were streaming down my face and blood poured from my arm

Our love was left in that room that day

I still swallow my heart every time your name comes to mind

When sweaty palms reach sweaty thighs

When tongues christen foreign grounds

When the world I once knew disappeared from the moment I tasted you.