Trista

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic

Endless Melancholy

What I needed from you, was to be honest with me.
And you said, you loved, and wanted to be....
But when the time was due, you couldn’t be with me.
Then you cast me away, into an endless sea...

What you wanted, from me, was to play with the strings.
And you played, the tune, so I would give everything
But then I drew a line, for you to choose to be free
And now i find myself, in an endless sea...

So damn you...and all we’ve been through 
You never really needed, it mean‘s nothing to you...
And if you ever loved me, then why hell did you cut me free
Cut me out of your life, you never really had any feelings....

What we wanted from this, had two different ends
And you said, you loved, but it was all in your head.
And I came to be, completely used and deceived.
Now I still find myself, in this endless sea...

What you take, from me, is my passion and heart
But these gifts, you have, you never had from the start
And these trophy’s you keep, to remind you of me
It’s easy to lose yourself, in this endless sea....

So damn you...and all we’ve been through 
You never really needed, it mean‘s nothing to you... 
And if you ever loved me, then why hell did you cut me free
Cut me out of your life, you never really had any feelings....

What I take, from this, it’s still a wonder to me
And the hate, and hurt, that I long to be free...
I will take my time, the taste is bitter & sweet
But I will find silver shores, on this endless sea...


Submitted: December 19, 2011

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lol

This is beautifully written. So sad with a romantic feel. I can relate to this poem.
I really like this. =)
Well done.
xxx

Mon, December 19th, 2011 3:52pm

D P Hamon

Hi lol,

Many thanks for your comments, I think this particular poem has a lyrical side to it as well...but really glad you liked it.

Mon, December 19th, 2011 6:44pm

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