neo riddick

Did You Ever Know - Poem by neo riddick

Exactly how much I really loved you.
That I wasn’t playing games with you.
So they say if you love something set it free and well we know the rest of that story.
That something or someone comes back full of anger and questions.
As blinded and absorbed I was in us. You are unable to hear my words.
To you unanswered questions just leave you full of rage and disgust.
Unable to unwilling to answer questions is just me.
The one you said you loved.
Then it was you who set me free.
Free to wallow in misery
Each day I am one step closer to death.
I hope.
You let ME go.
You threw all the love I had away.
Stop wondering and wanting answers to questions that I will never give.
The answers we seek are in the questions that we don’t ask.
Torture is when someone comes back.
Frantic is the mind.
The memories. The moments. The times I held so dear.
Coming back was a blessing and a curse.
Stabbed in my heart
Unable to love another
You let all the feelings just roll off your shoulders
Empty. Angry. Disappearing in my own mirror.
In A world of analog.
I am digital.
Coming back to finish me off mentally.
Fell in love with me once. Yes you did.
Free is something I will never be.
I am tainted now
Because I loved you

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Comments about Did You Ever Know by neo riddick

  • (11/28/2009 12:45:00 PM)

    Good read. Well written with so much of your feelings put into each line. (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, November 27, 2009

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