Submit your work, meet writers and drop the ads. Become a member
May 2020
your words ring in my ear,
the sound of your voice lingering,
waiting to cut me open at my most vulnerable.

your words are like silk,
soft and smooth,
but a bold statement.

they surround me,
wrapping and weaving themselves into my skin,
and suffocating me.

I can still hear your voice,
the accent and the commanding tones,
even though you were the gentlest guy I knew.

my ears bleed,
the ringing of your voice,
its driving me mad.

i wish i could control myself.
i wish i didn't get attached.
i wish i had never met you.
Written by
Jupiter  17/Non-binary/canada
       jdm, izzn, Imran Islam, Irene, ScriptedReposts and 14 others
Please log in to view and add comments on poems