Medusa Waves

Freshman - 509 Points (September 14)

Ending Love - Poem by Medusa Waves

Talking loudly over me/ I hesitate- I murmur like an old drip
I like this too much, I love this too much-the pain-such a joy ridden trip
All ask what is wrong (I don’t know) what is wrong (wrong) . All is wrong with me
Don’t get too close, I [bite]- feed off red blood and I smell of monoxide
You have been doing so well without me, I hate lagging behind-I started at your side
Fill me up. Stuff me like a pink pig with colorful pills and pretty little Lies
I have done it again (to myself) have ruined another happy thing, my reason unties
Undo me from head to toe and watch how small my heart will go
I love the dark blue sea, the dark night’s stars, the pale moon’s glow-
They let me speak, they hear my words, these words travel easy through air
Did you feel it? Did you mean it? Over and over you said it. Im eaten by your stare
How I hate happiness when I am bitten with hate, Don’t let it bite you too
Get away, look from behind a glass case. I think my heart was removed too
I knew I shouldn’t have gave too much of me away. what aches-Im weak
You’ve gone too far in and I latch up, furious. don’t touch me, it stings
You do so well without me, youll do so well without me, success is comfortable for you
I feel uneasy in happiness, I feel uneasy in disgusting openness, I feel uneasy in success
You don’t need this arm to spread the poison to you. My time is up, as it always comes.

Topic(s) of this poem: heartache, loss, love, mental illness, pain


Comments about Ending Love by Medusa Waves

  • Anil Kumar Panda (11/9/2015 11:16:00 PM)


    Sad but beautiful. Losing love is sometimes very painful. (Report) Reply

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  • The chinmay (11/9/2015 10:49:00 PM)


    very emotionally written poetry....great work..thnx 4 sharing (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, November 6, 2015



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