Pablo Vivar González


And So It Is, Just Like I Said It Would Be. - Poem by Pablo Vivar González

I never wished for this, the empty apartment, the blood, the tears.
My eyes were always towards the horizon,
to glories, to triumph
I am the sum of my actions, not yet a true champion
but if I were to meet you I would tell you...

...I am but humble servant to this life
but it seems as if Venus has carved new path
for it is you I desire and your inner most thoughts and feelings,
share them with me,
and together we will make the Gods fucking tremble as we take on the steps of the very Senate in the eternal city of Rome itself!

I lost a woman once,
carved out from flesh in deep heart
But in this curse I have found great blessing
as I can now bathe you in sunlight, by reflection of past misstakes
And as such, I shall fade away your shivers when cold and fears when frightened, as the sun does morning mist on break of day....

There's but one path,
shackles will be struck from every thing that attaches me to you
I have lived and lost at the whips of you for too long
I will not have it so,
I will not see the passing of opportunity to conquer again, for the purpose of self inflicting wound.
I will not see my heart ripped from chest and my breath forfeit for no cause.

Topic(s) of this poem: moving on


Poet's Notes about The Poem

Saw her today with once treasured friend. Blue trenchcoat she was wearing on her way to the tram, carrying most expensive goods. Probably the last time I laid eyes on you.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Poem Edited: Tuesday, September 15, 2015


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