David Knox

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The Chornicles Of A Dark Heart Part 14 Names? - Poem by David Knox

D=dead thats how i feel without you...
A= Apathetic thats how I'm trying to be to cope with loving you so much
V= vicarious thats how i feel when you laugh, whether i show it or not
I= intelligent that what i thought i was, but this brain isn't helping me cope you're just so amazing my brain doesn't know what to do nor my heart..
D= dead sometimes thats how i want to be, because i love you so much and not having you seems worse then death.

H=horrified is how I'll be if you say no
E=energized is how I'll if you say no... energized to jump with my hope that is
A= Apathetic, is how I'll be be as i make the choice
R=restive is how I'll feel
T= tense cause i don't want to hurt anyone but i feel i need to jump sometimes

S= shining
T= terribly beautiful like you
A= amazing
R= reach, is what I'll do for your stars

J= Jubilant what i think I'll get as i do
U= un-feeling and not content with life as i do
M= malignant invariably after i do
P= prepared thats how I'll be before i do

There is but one more name
i wish to explain
but i regret i cannot it will cause too much pain
it will put people in a state of confusion nothing anyone wants to attain
therefore i retain
silence on this name.

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  • (6/14/2007 1:16:00 PM)

    i loved the last verse xx (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, June 9, 2007

Poem Edited: Wednesday, March 9, 2011

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