Izzy Angelone

The Love Of A Damaged Soul - Poem by Izzy Angelone

Destruction and corruption have infiltrated my once stable mentality
Insecurities and lust fed upon the purity of my heart
Sin and denial dismembered the soul of whom I cherished the most
The sacrafial love that I once obtained stabilized the demonic past that  ruled my abandoned life
The radiance of her beautiful soul was dimmed by my pathetic strife
The endless self-loathing of this  feeble mind has become the practice of my monotonous existence
The guilt I summoned upon my defective mind weighs that to the Sun
The thought of her opaque, innocent eyes weeping with the force of an unforgiving monsoon due to my absence of loyalty and admiration, plunges my sanity into the depths of uncharted seas
Yet, the desire to tame the essence of her ravaged soul resembles the strength of the mythical Greek gods
Her psyche has sacrificed to cope with the malicious slander of my abusive rage
She has gifted her heart the ability to reprieve my deceitful and petulant behavior
The unique strength of character and never ending care my one true love provides is the reflective beauty of an angel
My mind is capable of ceasing the misery and stress I once obsessed about prior to my love's act of forgiveness
Allieviating her pain and spreading joy of our rekindled love is mine to finally provide once again
My obligation to glorify her confidence and to strengthen her trust is forever in the beating of my restored heart

Topic(s) of this poem: agony, beauty, cheating, confidence, forgiveness, forgiving, guilt, hate, love, loyalty

Comments about The Love Of A Damaged Soul by Izzy Angelone

  • Souren Mondal (11/22/2015 2:12:00 AM)

    A well penned poem Izzy.. But don't you think it would be better if you divided it into a proper stanza form a added punctuation marks? ?

    Thanks for sharing this...
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Poem Submitted: Sunday, November 22, 2015

Poem Edited: Sunday, November 22, 2015

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