Wensday Wood

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Last Time I Cried - Poem by Wensday Wood

I walk out and finally
After that short amount
Of peaceful blessing time

All those feelings and
Tears out of me
That tore me inside

Everything that was ripping
And breaking inside me
Has been let go

With everything inside out
I feel better than
I could ever imagine

I screamed, cried and
Let lose everything
And now I'm clean

I feel like I
Could walk on water
On air or fly

I came and I
See you down the
Hall waiting for me

You say darkly I
Heard everything you said
But I don’t care

You hearing everything relieved
Me in ways that
Can not be explained

I can breathe easily
Without the air of
Hostility always suffocating me

I feel like dancing
Regardless of my clumsy
Lovable two left feet

We go home driving
For a long time
Before arriving at home

I ask you something
And I swore a
Look of disgust spread

All over on your
Face but it could
Have been the sun

But for some reason
I don’t kid myself
And let it go

Though you may hate
The fact I do
Not talk to you

And these things can
Not be said to
Your own cold face

I don’t care for
I got out everything
I needed to say

I love you but
Even though I chose
Keeping silent from you

It doesn’t mean I
Don’t feel like you
Inside exactly the same

I said everything there
Was needed to be
Said and nothing more

I want you to
Understand I won’t open
Up to you ever

The first and last
Time was long ago
And you ruined it

You should have watched
How much you had
That night and now

But you didn’t and
The only time of
Expose came only then

I made that misake
Long ago but I
Promise never ever again

I don’t care how
Much you plead or
Cry to open up

I won’t ever do
That again and I
Hope you realize that

This is all your own
Fault and this never
Was my own Goodbye


Comments about Last Time I Cried by Wensday Wood

  • (4/10/2008 5:47:00 PM)


    This is a very sad and emotional poem, Wensday. It seems there are those times when it is wise to keep our thoughts to ourselves. Thank you for sharing.

    Love & hugs,
    Barbara
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Poem Submitted: Thursday, April 10, 2008



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