Me Alone - Poem by bala .mv
I stand at the bridge,
And in my silence, I reside.
I have walked to the edge,
I wish I had you beside.
I still hear your words sing in my ear,
Don’t tell me your leaving, I cannot bear.
I’m peeled down to my bones,
A carcass, that’s all I’ve left alone.
I pleaded to then, to not let you go,
They hated you-and-me, was that so?
Even if the world goes against you and me,
I don’t care, I’ll rip them, you will see.
Even to hell we ride, hand in hand
I’ll announce our arrival with a marching band.
Only together we shall live, whether
It’s Earth, Heaven or the bloody Hell.
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