A Violent Love

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Romance  |  No Houses
This poem is not truly about violence, but the emotion- how powerful a feeling it is to fall in love and to have that feeling returned.

Submitted: June 23, 2016

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Submitted: June 23, 2016



as I sat my blue bycicle against the rack

I scowered the area for her face

her bright blue eyes wondered back

and my fragile feet hovered across the pavement,

to her place


would you like to go? she asked me

I had no room to say otherwise

she wanted what I considered carefully to be me

and we left to my surprise

on my old blue bike,

to her place


alone in a home that was not my own

I was alone in a home with a girl

back turned, she wept, turned to kiss

I let myself be entrapped

and I let my feelings unfurl

and it was given away,

to her place


when she became violent

I was unprepared for the insanity

bright blue eyes turned cold

beaming, burning, breaking

and she continued to say she loved me

my life began to slip,

to her place


wound bloomed upon my frail frame

I pondered at the blade in my skin

she wanted what she considered carefully to be me

and only to flame her sin

my soul was given away,

to her place


to her place,


to her place.

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