Snap - Poem by Kelsea Osterman
I hit it.
I have finally hit it.
I've hit rock bottom.
And the only person to blame is you.
You put me here.
You picked me up when I was done,
And then dropped me here where I lay now.
I can't do this anymore.
I can't live here anymore.
I refuse to let you put me here again.
But I love you.
‘Snap', there goes the branch.
I was so close but then I said it.
I said I loved you.
‘Snap' there it goes again.
The ground is littered with branches.
People ask me how
I can love someone who put me here.
And all I answer is ‘I love him'.
‘Snap', ‘snap', ‘snap'.
There go three more.
I'm so close to nothing.
I really have nothing.
I'm sitting here in this empty hole.
Where you put me.
Maybe when I reach the top
I will see the light.
Not likely but you never know.
I'll just all over again.
One hand in front of the other.
And up I go.
God I can't wait to get out of here and see his face again.
I love him so much.
I'm sorry I couldn't make it out.
I love you with all my heart.
Goodbye my love.
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