Goodbye Crazy

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Non-Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic

Not really a poem, but oh well. Just needed to make something.

Goodbye Crazy


Cowardice as a syringe to your veins

Rage filled cups with hint of gasoline

Annoyingly the worst yet most beautiful thing

Zealous to a simpleton’s fault

Yearning for more than your worth.


Courage is required to leave you

Ravenous, a tooth remains within my neck

And to be an ass, you are-

Ziz, again, unsurprising

Yielding is what I wish, you’ve made me.


Can you tell me why you’re like this

Regularly bitching at me, drives me away

A very unfortunate encounter from the start 

Zool is what you once was, my love

Yappy, if that's a nice way of putting it.


Greatly disappointed as I

Of all things experienced and done

Only you could have cut so deep

Deep enough to sting, maime, and bleed

But you’ve forgotten several things

Your heart knows no love, and mine-

Every beat is for another, my beloved.

Submitted: April 18, 2021

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Wow. A lot of raw emotion in this piece.

Wed, April 21st, 2021 6:51pm

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