Imogen Lee Greene

Rookie (13/07/1989 / Carlisle)

Hope And Pray, What A Cliché - Poem by Imogen Lee Greene

There's never a last time.
World is cold, for us,

Each of us were pieces.
Now we're 'friends'
Holding on to each other.
Out in the cold, tight forever.

We're no longer alone.
I'll run with you,
all the way home.

Meet me by the entrance.
I'll fall over accidently.

Tell me it's wrong.
Tell me it's over.
Break my glued together heart.
Once again, you'll do it gently.

Comments about Hope And Pray, What A Cliché by Imogen Lee Greene

  • (6/28/2008 1:08:00 PM)

    Break my glued together heart.
    Once again, you'll do it gently. '

    so powerful..

    as we women over and over seek completion
    in men instead of inside

    how many thousands of hours in how many lives
    have i handed a weapon to another and told
    him to crucify me
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Poem Submitted: Saturday, June 28, 2008

Poem Edited: Saturday, June 28, 2008

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