Beautiful Grim


I'Ve Seen Better Days - Poem by Beautiful Grim

To believe is to destroy and corrupt thy soul,
for utter misfortune will stretch as far as the eye can see shall bleed,
Forget your worries my dear, I tried,
Tried to make you love me and now,
I shall fall for and eternity,

But to fall in love with you once was just to much,
For you see, I believed in true love, and gave it all to you
My mortal life and immortal soul,
Twas yours, your to love and treat as you pleased,
But you surrounded me in guilt and unatainable ease,
I told you I loved you and what did you say?
You said you weren't happy,

So now all I can do is ask,
Ask you why and what can I do,
Please, let me know, I need you to feel for me again,
I ache for your hand on y face,
I bleed for your hand on my face,
And I'd die to know you mean when you tell me the words 'I love you, '

So I've said this before and I'll say it again,
To believe is to destroy and corrupt thy soul,
For utter misfortune will stretch as far as the eye can bleed shall bleed,
Forget your worries my dear, I swear I tried,
Tried to make you love me again,
And now I will fall for an eternity


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, April 24, 2010



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