Christina Sunrise

Delusional Relationship - Poem by Christina Sunrise

You were trying to find the bad,

and I was trying to find the good,

I was hoping maybe you were stable,

You said I should…

“Do this to make you happy,

accuse me of this-

to justify your right.

Right because you were guilty of

doing the things you accused me

of doing in the deep of the night.

Right in your delusion of what you

thought I was, but in reality you never


and you never will.

For the fantasy of me

is what you really knew.

Be done with this Delusional

Relationship and bury it like a dead corpse,

you can’t dig up a dead relationship

filled with regret and remorse.

The relationship was never really alive,

so why even try to justify?

There was never a chance from the the start,

all your manipulative games kept us apart.

The End.

Copyright 2006 & 2011 by Christina Sunrise

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, March 20, 2011

Poem Edited: Thursday, June 2, 2011

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