Maddie 'Rae' Berry

(30/3/92 / Eastwood, Sydney)

Morbidiathesis


Babe, you know it’s true.
I only have this message for you

'You have made this world seem so vial
With your everlasting claims of denial.
They take hold of me, bruising me from the inside.
Everything you say is all so snide.
I just want to hide, from the hell you've put me through.
What have I seen in you?
You don't even see me, you don't acknowledge me.
Your purpose is only to disgust me.
To inevitably make me wish for your permanent vacancy,
Far away from my ruined life caused by you will to move in
For the kill.
Leaving me a lone, ripped up carcass,
my heart left for the start of a permanent morbidiathesis.'

Submitted: Tuesday, February 24, 2009
Edited: Thursday, April 09, 2009

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  • Elena Winters (2/26/2009 12:12:00 PM)

    the pain that has forced you to a physcotic mental state and definitely left you scarred

    outstanding poem and very expressing of your deepest feelings (Report) Reply

  • Rookie - 3 Points Sulaiman Mohd Yusof (2/25/2009 10:02:00 PM)

    My prognosis of your poem is a gallant writes that provide enormous room for reconcilation.Well done Madeline! (Report) Reply

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