Ace Of Black Hearts

Silver Star - 4,199 Points (04/17/1984 / Homa Lousiana)

Swallow Your Pride - Poem by Ace Of Black Hearts

I'm on another trip
I took one to many sips
The bitter taste on my lips
I can't breath
Listen to me
I'll exhale as my face goes pale
Dark grey clouds
So familiar of sounds
I'm being haunted
I just might be wanted
Certainty is most certainly out of my reach
Maybe some one can teach
Deviant am I like a parasite
I think I might just be wanted
How far is too far?
What is pride?
Overwhelming
Kill me from the inside
Its my kind of reasoning
But I'm not believing
The colors are so deceiving
Its a chameleon
Adapt to your surroundings
Create a foundation
Put up a place
Discard all aggravations
Hand in my resignation
No more consultations
Another demolition
Its so due
No more premonitions
Their just another lie
That's how they get by
Watch as they slide
Whats not true can still hurt you
You do as you do
I will not judge
I know no such love
Not here
Not from above
A push
A shove
That's how you get completely messed up
What I got I need not
I'll just pick another plot
There's the spot
Bury me
Bury me
I will not get on knees
Its not in me
No dignity
No self respect
Disconnected
Another one of the rejected
Turn on a light
So I can get my bearings
I want no guidance
It's my destiny
I'm not asking god to forgive me
Then I break down and ask
Shed my mask
The contempt
Hate
Jealousy
Rage
Just turn the page of the forgotten age


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Poem Submitted: Friday, June 17, 2011

Poem Edited: Tuesday, June 21, 2011


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