MarieLove Brevil


No Love


Hopelessly searching for something
Anything that can fulfill the hole
The emptiness in my heart
That constantly obliges my madness
I searched everywhere for something
To complete some happiness in me
But, indeed, nothing worked
I was simply hurting myself over
And over, and over again
I tried the drinking for it’s always
So available every time one feels down
I would drink so much that
I wouldn’t even be able to sustain
Anything that I primarily swallowed that day
I was being cantankerous about
How men made me feel
How they hurt me so much
How much I didn’t want to deal with them

When I first got involved with man
I never thought I was going to be so deeply wounded
I never wanted to believe that
Most were liars and heartbreakers
The couple that wants to bring you happiness
Are most likely abusers and women beaters

Hopelessly searching for happiness
I stumbled unto love I almost believed
It was true but it only took away more joy
And left me with nearly nothing to cherish
Well nothing as happiness.


MarieLove

Sunday, November 20,2005

Submitted: Monday, February 20, 2006
Edited: Wednesday, June 30, 2010

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Comments about this poem (No Love by MarieLove Brevil )

  • Rookie Heather Noble (2/20/2006 1:18:00 PM)

    this is really good
    but 1 thing at the bottom u put
    sunday 2-20-06 its not
    sunday its monday lol
    but this is a realy good poem (Report) Reply

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