My Yoruba Demon

My Yoruba Demon

I was once bitten

And I still went back a second time

Got burned after that

Now I’m wondering: do I still want that again?

 

I thought I was over it

I thought I was done

I thought I’d buried you

I thought you were gone

Away from my mind

Away from my heart

 

I went back to our texts

The ones lingering in my phone

Evidence of the times that were good

And I found myself smiling

Reminiscing

 

I saw what I loved about you

The way you fit perfectly

In spite of your flaws

The way of your charm

The magic of your sweet nonsense

 

I think I’m still in love with you

Once bitten, twice shy

And here I am, still wanting you

If this is your juju over me

Guess what? It worked.

Written by Doctor Strange

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