Michael Gale

Rookie (? / Chicago Illinois/Oklahoma City.)

A Tooth Ached Pain Filled Heart.

Your love for me has left on wings of speed...
You have pained my heart like pain into a tooth's own heart,
not wanted or even to need, that evil heated hating deed.

A black mark has eternally infested my soul...
Your love for me has left my field an very saddened empty knoll.

Hate and jealousy has eaten away my flowered happiness as if fully digested by heathenistic satanastic possessed evil sheep...
You once told me that you thought me to be very much childish a boring creep.

I'll have to once again to tirelessly scale that unclimbable hill stuck well...
So well empty of feelings of love, Now just swirls of unmotioned emotional nothings to tell.

Like falling down a thirst searching well...
Doomed to hate and detest her empty loved nest to hell.

Begone you scornful hate filled witch,
You are no longer wanted or even yearned...
At a stake you should be char broiled and crispy crittered as burned.
Get lost out of my soul enriched maze, you filthy mouthed bi_ch.

Submitted: Tuesday, July 10, 2007
Edited: Sunday, March 20, 2011
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