Poppy Fry

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The Prison Has Forsaken Us - Poem by Poppy Fry

retorting all these lies
from all these wasted cries
can't stare into dying eyes
in life you learn to bleed
all you can do is plead
praying that the blood stream
doesn't make you scream
I gave you my heart
break me apart
let me go
you kill me so
escaping to run and hide
or another option, suicide
because of your homicide
of my dying inside
let me be
so I can see
onto the other side
where I have died
you betrayed
you slayed
I cannot trust anymore
Left me a bleeding sore
I can't be vulnerable
It makes me unstable
Open another door
So I won't hit the floor
drowning in my blood
breathing in my flood
what have you done?
Unbirth your son
you left me as one
my light you shun
give me a run
you left me as none
I thought we were two
Me, except you
Death is to you
Death is upon you
Death will come
No use in revenge
My heart to avenge
I want to watch you fade
Into this blade
Ending my serenade
Bleeding in your cherade
How long can you decieve?
So much to recieve
You f**king dismay
From every word you say
My soul you decay
From my body you play
You f**king sicken me
Repulsive as you are
Can't you see
Blind from afar
Collide into my car
Let's see your scar
Let me hit the bar
Poison is so sweet
Never will we meet
Leave me alone
Your heart, hard as stone
Let me fall in
Cold within
Forsaken your vow
No matrimony intact
Until now
F**k that!
stain every tear
from every smear
I gave a shoulder to cry on
Disappearing into the dawn
Wasting my time
And my life
With your crime
and my knife
Taken all my marrow
All I have left is sorrow
No tomorrow
Forevermore
Because of you
I feel no more


Comments about The Prison Has Forsaken Us by Poppy Fry

  • (1/29/2010 12:42:00 PM)


    good use of rythm and words but it drags on and on. might want 2 revise it and cut it shorter. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, January 29, 2010



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