Your Consuming Love.

Poem by: MissingHeartl102

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A poem about a girls mixed feelings about someone who she loves who is slowly killing her.

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Submitted: August 26, 2012

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Submitted: August 26, 2012

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Your consuming love,

Makes mine feel so fake.

More you must take.

You have everything.

I rip my heart out to show you it.

I Love You.

So, my pain I must shove.

I lie with my chest bleeding.

Now you ask to Bind me with a ring.

You are my precious everything.

But, silent scream I suppress.

Support cheers of my family and friends.

A ever slowly dying smile

My heart they cant hear bend.

My eyes plead,

I smile, Your love I cant escape.

Ill never be freed.

 

Your Consuming love,

It sucks my very life.

But some how I still I Love You.

Ill revive with a slip of a knife.

It wants more again.

So, I give.

I am slowly fading.

But, always smiling

It hurts for a while,

But I still LOVE YOU.~

 


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Your Consuming Love.

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