Pain - Poem by Robert Trew
You want to offer me your pain
It’s a pain; I’ve had all before,
You say you’ll give up,
But Pain, is something you’ll explore.
As long as I’m old,
My words you’ll never hear,
And as long as I’m your shadow,
You’ll forever live in fear.
And now you stare,
Into the dream world of your mirror,
That once was your life,
And how that, is now drawing nearer,
You tighten your arm,
The purple of your veins,
The cold chill of your razor,
And, the nightmare of your remains,
But now you ask yourself something,
As you stare down at your wrist,
As the tears begin to seep,
You say “I don’t want to be missed”
And now you think of me
Of how I still stand in your mind,
As I wait and I pray,
To discover you were blind.
I never once did cry,
But look at you on the floor,
Naked and trembling in fear,
Now help, you can not ignore.
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