Walls - Poem by Kat Smith
I built them
still standing tall and mighty
it used to be only music that could penetrate the walls
only words of those who shared in my pain
you cracked these walls
to demolish these walls
let the light seep through these walls
i patched up these walls
after you left and gave up on these walls
as i run my hands along these walls
like a sub-basement
i often wonder of the light that peered through these walls
to touch these walls
lay a finger down and scratch
NEVER AGAIN WILL YOU FORCE ME TOO SEE
all the light that was wasted on me
wont you come break my walls again?
beat them down
wear them thin
wont you come scratch and tear at these walls
how i long for the light
to see my walls fall again
tear down my walls again
Poet's Notes about The Poem
but didn't long enough for me to fall for him
he was the only on i was willing to let in.
i will only call him (for his sake not mine) by the first letter of his first name. 's'
s, if you reading this well, yes your not hallucinating this poem was written for and about you. so please, help me tear down my walls.-k
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