I poured myself into her until she was overflowing at the brim
like reinforced steel
I bridged my heart to hers and welded myself to her soul
like the sun
I filled myself with light to cover her darkness
like a blanket
I shielded her from the harsh world underneath the covers
I orbited her aura until we inevitably collided
like a seed
I felt myself growing up from her
Then, like an idiot
I could tell she felt nothing.
My lullaby too high
For you to hear,
for a whole **** year.
Eventually it comes out,
out of your shower tiles like grout.
"Can I be close to you?"
This poem is inspired by The Paper Kites' song "Bloom"! I definitely recommend listening to it.
The dancing harlequin for all to see
Singing his songs full of glee
I never one trusted that jester white
For I felt it hid thoughts darker than night
The township felt coursing trepidation
With every publication
That the adolescent sprouts were exposed
With the rudiment of life on them posed
The police theories had omitted;
him, causing crimes committed
I shiver in fear when I hear his feet
Falling in line with my rapid heartbeat
He is before me, metal showing bright
I pray it will be made right
TW: graphic description of ******, etc.
(I miss you)
Is not the
Solution to all the problems in the world but the,
Specific cause, creating a problematic
(I miss you)
Yearning of the soul that creates issues as dark as
Obsidian, or could it be that love will never be
I miss you
— The End —