Montana Brown


Pulsing Pain - Poem by Montana Brown

So angry
The feeling of betrayal
Suffacating my senses
A thousand attempts
Is a thousand failures

Only expect everything less
Hope
A distant aspiration
Darkness
A promising relaxation

Muffled screams
And stiffled cries
Never wish hello
Only cursed goodbyes

This feeling in my chest
Is no longer a feeling
Born into the darkness
Nursed by the pain

It courses through my veins
Don't try to tell me it's okay
Because you'll be lying to my face

All hopes and dreams
All laughs and smiles
Have been washed away

No love, no loss
No hope, no tears
Plain and simple
No tries, no fears
Still alive but barely breathing.

Topic(s) of this poem: depression


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, July 5, 2014

Poem Edited: Saturday, July 5, 2014


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