Ray Mesa

Rookie (5/17/89 / Grand Forks)

Sidewalk Revisited: Treatment Poem Collection - Poem by Ray Mesa

Tuesday's gone and So is Sarah
I'll burn on even through I can't bare
To look you in the eyes and say I hate you
Life's a lie and I can't date you
Make the knife cry and let it rape you
Bite the sigh and say you hate me
Fight October night, and set me free
Heaven's fake, for heaven's sake
Look me in the eyes and tell me you've been raped
He's 17 not a angel
Look through my eyes or at least a different angle
Let these ideas swing in your mind
Sit with me, Can you be mine?
Can we go back to that bleeding day
before the world goes black and I'm feeding off pain
Look me in the eyes and tell me I'm sane
Or whisper me a lie, and cut my vains
If I can't have you then I don't want to live
Like broken glass, I fall apart
If I can't have you then I don't want to live
a reason to attack, but I can't break your heart
Sarah I love you, But you don't care
Sarah I Hate you, And life is unfair
Sarah I love you, Leave my thoghts
Sarah I hate you, Or let me rot

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  • (5/8/2006 11:27:00 AM)

    very passionate write. makes me think of Creeley's poem on love: one is torn & the other, somehow immaculate.
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Poem Submitted: Monday, May 8, 2006

Poem Edited: Monday, May 22, 2006

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