Family – I'm Crazy! - Poem by Amy Marie
Family – I'm crazy!
I twitch in my chair –
As I at last inform you –
Of my secret affair.
I met a boy – charmingly.
My eyes lay on him – through the sea.
Said his name was Suicide –
I heard him say – as I sighed.
He lifted me up above thousands of years –
Promised to take me from my fears.
With flashiness – he tossed me the keys
To his shiny black car – which carried us with ease.
Only then did his blonde touch tingle my chest –
As the sun melted into the distant west.
Bound for wherever Suicide's blue eye gazed –
He drove me past streetlights and buildings raised.
Heroically – he carried me –
Upon parking next to Destiny.
And the black of his outfit –
Blended with the darkness of 'misfit.'
Meanwhile – Lovesick was quite hard trying –
To keep her night hair and cherry lips from dying.
A lonely violin from her window played –
With strings made of hearts from this morning's parade.
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