Princess Moultrie

Rookie (14 September 1990 / Born in Charleston SC)

Emotionless


i wish for the impossible
emotions
be gone
disappear

no more love for me
hearts
gone
dead within

no tears for someone else
falling down
hard to get up
cant keep trying

how much it hurts
the pain
the blood
the heartbreaks
gone with me
gone with death

i wish i didnt have any emotions
then i wouldnt cry
i wouldnt hurt so much
i wouldnt love anyone else
just until the end of time

without crying there is no joy
no happiness
no nothing
nothing at all to see

emotions
pain
sorrow
hurt
anger
happiness
love
be gone

take me away with you as you leave
part from me once again
and ill be left there

lying there
crying there
dying there
emotionless

(19 Jan.07)

Submitted: Thursday, December 11, 2008
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  • Rookie - 0 Points Keith Hendrickson (7/21/2009 11:22:00 PM)

    this was a really good piece. i loved the whole thing but the way you began and finished blew me away. very sad but it was a great poem. (Report) Reply

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