I'M Blaming You... - Poem by Marissa Dunken
I'm blaming you pain.
Why do you have to cause so much racket?
Taking pieces from me.
Never returning them.
Regrowing what I once had,
but it's not the same.
I loved once.
But I don't know what pain did with it.
I want it back, but how?
I don't remember how to love,
Share my secrets.
Maybe he will understand.
I'm going through deadly battles.
I could'nt risk taking him too.
Taking baby steps to distinguish pain.
Put out it's fire.
Relearning the figure of love.
But I have him by my side.
I know he will help.
If I could keep him with his love,
Is that too much to ask?
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