Mike Faulkner

(August 15,1991 / Baltimore, MD)


Just a word,

Her eyes staring into,
Boring through you,
Into your soul.
Just a word,

Finding ways to control tou,
Destroyinf your thoughts,
Sinking her teeth into you,
Sucking the life out of you.
Just a word,

Throwing her arms around you,
Feeding you lies,
Making you believe her sound.
Just a word,

Dictating your life,
Detatching you from your life,
Dastancing your friends,
Controlling your mind,
Slowly shaping you into a mindless zombie.
Just a word,

No more,
She's done with you,
She tosses you away
Like a cigarette,
Used to feed ger addiction,
Once she's done,
She picks up another.
Just a word,

Submitted: Friday, April 27, 2012
Edited: Saturday, April 28, 2012
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Poet's Notes about The Poem

This one was for an ex. Who pretty much treated me like shit. Cheated on me the whole we were together.... I'm happy I found someone who treats me right though.

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