Guinevere Eveleigh


The Many Illusions Of Love - Poem by Guinevere Eveleigh

You took my heart
And you stamped it out and filled it with dirt and allowed worms to gobble my flesh into their mouths
You took my mind and you stretched it out
And filled it with nothing but thoughts about yourself
How I can be blind to not see the trap
That you lay out so perfectly amongst the roses that were harvesting rats
How can I be deaf enough to not hear the lies that came forth from your mouth?
I should of never of allowed myself to believe that anyone like you could love a girl like me
I should of never of set sail into that sea because now I'm drowning in pity and my own misery
I'm trying to swim but the currents too strong and the sharks are coming to swallow me whole
There's a great big hole inside my chest where you tore out my heart and flung it into hell
The fire of sin is burning my skin and I feel like a fool with jeering fingers being poked at me
How did a girl who said she'd never let a man ever abuse and use her for his own sadistic jesting
Allow it to happen in the space of just one minute

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, May 30, 2012



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