Treasure Island

josselyn marroquin


Silent Tears


The sounds our ours hearts are silent
The noises around us are too much to tolerate
You lay there without one word to say
While I have words everyday
I cry quietly
Figuring out how to lie daily
Covering my bleeding wrists
Hiding my razor kiss
Falling slowly in that dark abyss
Knowing you are the one I'm going to miss
The silence is too much to bear
But you go on you don't care
I stare in to my future pain
As I do my energy is drained
Your kisses start to fade away
As I sit here each and everyday
Your face disappears slowly
As the moon leave coldly
My light is dark, and my dark is dead
When I'm gone don't dwell or dread
Don't wish to take back your mistake
But pray that God has my soul to take
And I won't dwell
In that horrible place called hell
I pray you find someone to love
I will watch while I'm below or above
So smile your beautiful smile
While I drowned here for a while
I'm not dead, so I still have time
To take your heart and make you mine
But how can I?
When I'm the only one trying
No this is not a poem of tears but
A story of pain, torment, and fears
I miss you so much my dear
You're so close but yet so far
Without you I'm an alcoholic in a rum-free bar
Your smiles disappear in mid-air
My smiles are gone, it's not fair!
All because you left me here
I slowly write my painful truth
Then tell a happy lie
Is it sad, that this is how I get by?
You kiss me, 'I love you, '
Your gone, I need you…
Your slow, sad, soft goodbyes…
This is the end, of the story of my life…

Submitted: Friday, January 18, 2013

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one of those days....1-13-13

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