Sar Jonesie

Companionship - Poem by Sar Jonesie

Companionship was all I asked, and nothing more was granted,
Taken down, notch by notch, became so damned repetitive,
Lectured on about maturity,2 years that’s incoherence,
I’m living, I’ve loved, I’ve lost, and you, where’s your experience,
I’ll tell you of a time I knew, a time that’s been and past,
And in that time I thought by you, true love was in my grasp,
Now I see, eyes no longer closed, more truthful wide wide open,
You and me, I hate to say, could not be more unhopeful,
All around you there seemed to be something glaring bright,
I know though now as silence sounds, I could not be less right,
The glare hit upon a cell, a cell known as your life,
And when it glowed your little cell, you shocked me with your strife,
As you shone above the rest,
You reminded me of a patron,
But when darkness fell and all was black,
You reminded me more of Satan,
Take this poem, written from the heart, do with it what you will,
Though so negative, there was more positive, you were such a thrill,
Be careful though, treat them right, make sure you do not stumble,
For if you do, like with mine, your heart will surely crumble

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Poem Submitted: Monday, December 14, 2009

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