Dama Tristeza

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Him...But It's Not His Fault Poem by Dama Tristeza


I want to lay in bed and cry
Until there's nothing left inside.

Why does it all come back?
Why can't I cry it all away?

Why does this well never dry?
Do these tears need me as I hate them?

Why can't I simply just move on?
You shrug me off until I'm gone.

I'll always wonder deep inside,
Did you know about the tears I cried?

The emotions won't stay gone for long,
When they return, they'll be just as strong.

I just wish my heart were frozen,
Then I might not feel so broken.

(Written: 7-23-07. Submitted: 7-23-07.)

Submitted: Monday, July 23, 2007
Edited: Wednesday, March 23, 2011

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  • Rookie Reya Anya (8/10/2007 4:11:00 AM)

    That's strong, I really feel it. I'm interpreting this in a different way than intended I think but either way, well done. (Report) Reply

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