Ellirie Aviles


Stupefied Bitterness


For love hath subside
Naught hither, bothside
Hearts yet ne'er collide
Scripts it ne'er abide

IF camaraderie yields despair
and if fate is so unfair
Why left? be in solitude
To whom now be the gratitude?

How affection brought to death
How senseless be this mistress
of How I gasped & breathed
and of how I was too hopeless

As hideous love prevail
To deny afore and yet be seen
a very tragic tale
unrequited pledge of thick and thin

Envious, coveting and mad
Moping in failure & sadness
Dead, unforgotten t'ad
be ephemeral our love naught endless

Submitted: Sunday, February 24, 2013
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