Poems about Love
Author: Terra Blake

Chapter 47
Yosemite

You send monsters to kill me,
Yet sings that I never die.
How is it that you praise my ending-
And hold your breath as I wake?
As if Iím just your trojan pond.

You scold me with reality,
Yet want me to laugh at the lie.
Why is it that you throw lifeís ďgloryĒ in my face-
And want me not to cringe at the results?
As if Iím just an emotionless puppet.

You said there never be we,
Yet you can never another try.
What was it that you push me away-
And grovel and my going?
As if Iím facing the plague.

 

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