Juli Watson

Rookie (19 December 1974 / Sunderland, UK)

Out Of Love - Poem by Juli Watson

I filled your well
It was out of love
I filled your shell
It was all I could
The remnants of a girl
Scattered on a platter
You performed your grim courtship dance
And I was entranced
Everything about you was so f***ing beautiful
But I didn't order a glass of cheap disappointment at the bar
You sent me dead flowers, shushed my eyes
I feel the phantom limb pain of amputated love
Remember you in salty memories
As you become someone else

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Poem Edited: Wednesday, May 11, 2011

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