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Battle Scars (poem)

Poetry By: Poet Sex God

A poem about the memories of how much pain I experienced when my first love dumped me last year.

Submitted:Jun 15, 2011    Reads: 83    Comments: 4    Likes: 1   

Every waking second that passes, your memory vexes my cerebellum

I have attempted every technique available to eliminate your lovely face

You have long since exonerated us, yet like a cretin I continue to saunter

Why won't you evaporate and leave me to rejuvenate my inner peace?

With every breath I take, I taste the bitter yet sweet essence of you

Oh my dearly beloved why do I still possess this deep level of affection?

For you after all the hell that I have had to sustain just to keep us ablaze

The gift that you once gave me was one of a rare yet amazing nature

But it has faded and I have been left with the imprint of a harrowing scar


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