Paulina LozadaCortez

Rookie - 109 Points (8/3/1999 / Bilbury, UK)

May We Forgive - Poem by Paulina LozadaCortez

She pulled me towards her, embracing me
As if to strangle my inhibitions.
She did not speak.
And neither did I
Because such love could not be spoken
And was more beautiful when Silent,
With words left unsaid.

Sentiment.

Oh, sentiment,
That's all it is;

"A chemical defect found in the losing side of the brain",
That's all it'll ever be.

What an ironic thing to think
In a situation such as this;
Where love and loss entangle themselves in knots,
Left for the less fortunate to untangle.

Topic(s) of this poem: angst, depression, despair, love, sorry


Poet's Notes about The Poem

'May we Forgive' was written on yet another gloomy day in September of 2015 (the 20th) as a result of some harsh inner-thoughts and depression.

Hopefully, I can make something great out of all of the pain that I cause, for myself and others, or else what's the point?

Feel free to comment!
Alons-y!


-PB

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Poem Submitted: Friday, January 15, 2016



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