Mark Gould

Rookie (11/08/1988 / San Antonio, TX)

Erase Your Name - Poem by Mark Gould

Rejection rings, echos, and stings
Shame is adorned with humility's thorns
Supplanting my life as king

The reasons, the flaws you keep in your thoughts
My failure blooms, sampled and wrought
Upon derelict tombs of a promising dream
Yet vanished and washed upon hell's fiery stream
Spelling the words of Insurmountable
Doom.

Your eyes, the lies give me comfort
Sometimes
But words without weight fall upon
Deafening skies

Fleeting feign taunts my name
Sorry but I'm not to blame
As the reservoirs of my guilt dries
I can see the truth
Painted in my cries

My heart is sick with your disease
Throbbing sores, opened doors
Truth attained through empty vain
Closing doors, sealing pain
Memories granted to see your stain.

Mission made clear, done with the tears
Love cannot survive, with a thought of you there
In the chambers of my heart
Deep within your stare

I erase your name
I do not
Care


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, December 17, 2009

Poem Edited: Thursday, December 17, 2009


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