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Bleeding - Poem by May Swenson
Stop bleeding said the knife
I would if I could said the cut.
Stop bleeding you make me messy with the blood.
I'm sorry said the cut.
Stop or I will sink in farther said the knife.
Don't said the cut.
The knife did not say it couldn't help it but
it sank in farther.
If only you didn't bleed said the knife I wouldn't
have to do this.
I know said the cut I bleed too easily I hate
that I can't help it I wish I were a knife like
you and didn't have to bleed.
Well meanwhile stop bleeding will you said the knife.
Yes you are a mess and sinking in deeper said the cut I
will have to stop.
Have you stopped by now said the knife.
I've almost stopped I think.
Why must you bleed in the first place said the knife.
For the same reason maybe that you must do what you
must do said the cut.
I can't stand bleeding said the knife and sank in farther.
I hate it too said the cut I know it isn't you it's
me you're lucky to be a knife you ought to be glad about that.
Too many cuts around said the knife they're
messy I don't know how they stand themselves.
They don't said the cut.
You're bleeding again.
No I've stopped said the cut see you are coming out now the
blood is drying it will rub off you'll be shiny again and clean.
If only cuts wouldn't bleed so much said the knife coming
out a little.
But then knives might become dull said the cut.
Aren't you still bleeding a little said the knife.
I hope not said the cut.
I feel you are just a little.
Maybe just a little but I can stop now.
I feel a little wetness still said the knife sinking in a
little but then coming out a little.
Just a little maybe just enough said the cut.
That's enough now stop now do you feel better now said the knife.
I feel I have to bleed to feel I think said the cut.
I don't I don't have to feel said the knife drying now
Poems About Cut
- 1. Bleeding , May Swenson
- 2. From 'Omeros' , Derek Walcott
- 3. The Iliad (Bk I) , Homer
- 4. Thurso’s Landing , Robinson Jeffers
- 5. Scissors (Children) , C.J. Heck
- 6. Tender Buttons [a Plate] , Gertrude Stein
- 7. Thirst , Gautama Buddha
- 8. The Stone , Wilfrid Wilson Gibson
- 9. A Tale Of The Sea , William Topaz McGonagall
- 10. The Pain Of My Heart , Siawash Rustami
- 11. The Iliad: Book 23 , Homer
- 12. Wood Cutter , Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
- 13. The Ironing Of One's Thoughts , MOHAMMAD SKATI
- 14. The Red Scarf , Is It Poetry
- 15. O Old Man, Looking Grave And Handsome, B.. , Bijay Kant Dubey
- 16. Van Gogh's Ear-Limericks , gershon hepner
- 17. 'I Was' , Linda Winchell
- 18. Epigrams , George Gordon Byron
- 19. The Terrorist , akram saqib
- 20. One Ringy Dingy, Two Ringy Dingings, Thr.. , Joe Rosochacki
- 21. Cedars Of Lebanon Cedars Of America , O Anna Niemus
- 22. Song: The Cold-Hearted Children , David SmithWhite
- 23. My Skin Is Screaming , Amy Louise Kerswell
- 24. To Cut , Sayeed Abubakar
- 25. A Hopeless Hope Anytime , MOHAMMAD SKATI
- 26. A Bright Red Scream , Amy Kerswell
- 27. Sonnet: Soul-Wise Advice , Dr John Celes
- 28. Time In Our Life. , MOHAMMAD SKATI
- 29. Cut Me Into , ESPN CHICK
- 30. I Advise You To Keep The French-Cut Bear.. , Bijay Kant Dubey
- 31. To Cut The Head Of Sadness They , Emmanuel George Cefai
- 32. Cut Me Some Rope , Mark Heathcote
- 33. Time And Its Pretty Meaning , MOHAMMAD SKATI
- 34. Never Wait Till Tomorrow , MOHAMMAD SKATI
- 35. Disconnected , Madrason writer
- 36. The Radiant Nadirs Of The Underestimated , Patrick White
- 37. Cut Off Desire , gajanan mishra
- 38. That Wood Belong To Me , Francis Duggan
- 39. Cut Me Up , sandy nobody
- 40. Cut , Miroslava Odalovic
- 41. For To Build A Bigger Town , Francis Duggan
- 42. No One Other Than Mother , Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
- 43. Why-(Cutting) , Scarlet .....
- 44. Monkey Blood , Ace Of Black Hearts
- 45. Time's Pretty Turn , MOHAMMAD SKATI
- 46. Strike While The Iron's Hot , MOHAMMAD SKATI
- 47. Rough-Cut Man , C Richard Miles
- 48. Cut , Nikhil Parekh
- 49. They Fuss It To Be Cut Up , Lawrence S. Pertillar
- 50. The Odyssey , Homer
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