Amber VanCleave

The Things I'll Do To You - Poem by Amber VanCleave

These are the things i'll do to you
from what you put me through
from what my heart thought was real
was really a scam than a good deal

Your heart is as black as coal
your're filthy, covered in dirt, like a mole
plunge your heart in a furnace of fire
then drag it through the mire

I'll admit that your intentions were good at first
like quenching my dire thirst
this thirst was a desire, an enchantment, a spell.
which values are true and outcomes are well

So with poison, I will rid myself of love
free myself like a dove
watch the putrid liquid engulf your sin
which your soul is imprisoned in

I gave you my heart on a silver platter
trembling as I held it, making such a clatter
you took my heart and tossed it aside
along with my love, hope, and pride

In rage, I plunge my hand into your heart
to take the piece of mine you tore apart
I don't want to hear your desperate cries and plea
because first of all, you never deserved me.


Topic(s) of this poem: you

Comments about The Things I'll Do To You by Amber VanCleave

  • (7/31/2012 1:41:00 PM)

    a cry from the heart the words are really well put, this poem show the the intense pain you gone through and how much you hate tell everything you want to tell your reader......a splendid work
    thanks for sharing
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Poem Submitted: Thursday, April 19, 2012

Poem Edited: Friday, January 19, 2018

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