Bipolar Love - Poem by Dakota Ellerton
A bipolar reality awaits you and I,
we need not a thing but the air we breathe.
I do want to love you,
I do want to embrace you, this.
You are the drug I take daily,
to balance out the chemicals.
I was not to be born,
I was not suppost to live, but I did.
My purpose was to love, and be loved,
you have filled my purpose.
Briefly, but surely, my heart fluttered.
Satisfied to have loved and lost, then never to have loved at all,
I hold strong against the addictions.
I fight to live,
I dare to dream,
and I inspire to love.
I hold once more this feeling,
in the tenderest spot in my chest.
Warming my heart, I can not help but remember.
The softest moments, the truest moments,
the first times, and the saddest times.
Irreplacable love, a demanding love.
All of my time, and energy,
Only to see a smile on your face.
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