Disbelief Poems: 52 / 500

Crashing The Hard Drive

Your email
To: Sexy thing
Subject: Rendezvous
Recipient: Me
Checking up on you
Pain, hurt, disbelief
Home screen
There you are
Smiling with her
Lies, humiliation, deceit
I dismantle your files
Disassemble your memory
I crash the hard drive
Disabling me
Deleting you

Friday, July 8, 2005
Disbelief Poems: 52 / 500
Topic(s) of this poem: betrayal,infidelity,rendezvous
Terry Craddock 25 November 2015

simple titles commands descriptions, leading to background check spying, discovery of betrayal meaning toxic cocktail; 'Pain, hurt, disbelief' plus 'Lies, humiliation, deceit' equating to betrayed hurt feelings; dismantling of trust memories happiness files, meaning the delete delete delete, of relationship association old life foundations, the crash drive erasing of all interaction; new loves may lay waste to time served previous relationships, too often old orbits spin off into alien heavens, black holes of cessation swallow all past shared memories, future possibilities of ever sharing a spotlight amongst the stars, in a future universe sharing new wonders discoveries

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Terry Craddock 02 December 2015

Leading To Background Check Spying simple titles commands descriptions leading to background check spying discovery betrayal meaning toxic cocktail 'Pain, hurt, disbelief' plus multiplied 'Lies, humiliation, deceit' equating to brutal betrayed hurt feelings dismantling trust memories happiness files meaning delete delete delete relationship association old life foundations crash drive erasing all interaction new loves may lay waste to time served previous relationships too often old orbits spin off into alien heavens black holes cessation swallows all past shared memories future possibilities of ever sharing a spotlight amongst dust stars in a future universe sharing new wonders discoveries Copyright © Terence George Craddock Inspired by the poem 'Crashing The Hard Drive' by Simone Inez Harriman. Dedicated to the poet Simone Inez Harriman.

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Daniel Brick 15 April 2015

I thought this was going to be a Love Poem, but it turns out to be just the opposite in every respect. The betrayal in this poem serves to show what monogamy protects us from. Of course, there is a trade-off - the exclusivity of monogamy puts so much pressure on one person to be everything to another person.But those are collateral issues. Griedf at betrayalis som fierce

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Frank Cannon 18 January 2008

Is this poetic Justice? ? Each 'sentence' sensationally 'served'........

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Ernestine Northover 07 October 2005

I had to keep reading this, I liked the ending very much. Clever contents. Sincerely Ernestine Northover

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Kumarmani Mahakul 15 November 2018

It is seen that no wife can able to bear the truth that there would be another woman in the life of her husband. She likes to delete his image for ever. Brilliantly penned and amazingly shared.Thanks for sharing.

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Michael Walker 06 November 2018

Fine use of computer technology to convey your emotions. Sometimes I feel kike crashing the hard drive. Attention-grabbing title.Dazzling poem.

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Robert Murray Smith 30 June 2018

An imaginative write. In the modern age we engage our rage in stages.++10

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Kumarmani Mahakul 04 May 2018

This poem has been presented touchingly in an unique pen including melancholy that highly touches the readers. I appreciate this poem.10

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Susan Williams 29 September 2017

I have read all your poems and am now revisiting them which because of your incredible talent is a well-rewarded pleasure. As much as I thought I felt the emotions in this piece the first time through, I find it incredibly painful to read this time through. I can only hope this is not based on a personal event but it seems to be hitting all the painful stomach-clenching hurtful annihilating buttons of betrayal. If only we could crush the hard drive of our memories. 10+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

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