Canmerico - Poem by Isaak DeMaio
Warding off the longest regrets,
(Don't think about this.)
the past never frightens anybody,
(Please don't do this.)
futuristic turmoil exfoliates,
(Why won't you listen?)
welcoming the loneliness she pinned on me.
(You'll always feel alone.)
Creeping sadness from jubilant memories,
missing, wishing, to calm this hideous heartache,
(This will never be real.)
vanishing the beauty, concealing the emotions,
(Will you listen to me now?)
this sick twisted joke we once called love.
(You'll always live in fear.)
(You should close your eyes.)
shedding weight uncontrollably,
(Wish everything was gone.)
manic depression, unwanted oppression,
maybe one day it will all be the same.
(You'll have to move on.)
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