So here we are again, standing face to face.
Our time apart failed to trash the attraction, but flushed what was left of our morals down the drain.
Now we’re worse than before. Struggling more to hold back, to keep ourselves in check.
Now we’re alone, an empty parking lot in broad daylight.
Hands around waist, pulling us closer together, tempting a long awaited kiss.
Meekly say no. Pull away at first but then stop.
Pretend to be withdrawn, but let your body push up against mine, my back to the car.
Hot air filling the air between our lips. Give in once more, leave the regret for the morning.