Lorena Walker

Death Pardon - Poem by Lorena Walker

pardon the blood
i pierced your knife into my skin
and pardon the tears
i shed when you forced yourself within

i would have never dreamed
of someone like you
you got it, the pain was all real
now i can't sleep; now i can't feel

i loved you and you said it was the same
now i find my stomach revolting
at the sound of your name
you took part of me

and i know you did the same to plenty
but what do you do
when you are holding on to so many?

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Poem Submitted: Monday, May 14, 2007

Poem Edited: Saturday, February 26, 2011

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