Piece Us Together - Poem by Isaak DeMaio
Silence crying for attention,
sitting between you and me,
invisible picket fences,
oh, how beautiful you can be.
Dancing through misery,
you become too shy to scream,
of everything you could have ever dreamed.
Asphyxiate the angels on your shoulder,
inhale the smoke the cigarette bleeds,
have you ever doubted the scenic beliefs?
Is that the reason you refuse to look at me?
You lay me down strewn by emptiness,
what follows is a puzzle of our faint past,
pieces will be shattered and incomplete,
your life of black and blue amassed.
Could you ever generate the courage,
to pick up the million pieces of shard glass,
to reunite this sick romance of love,
and complete our lives knowing we're alway going to last.
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