Elishah Irodistan


Unwanted And Unnoticed Feelings - Poem by Elishah Irodistan

I heaved a deep sigh as I sort out my thoughts.
Between heart and mind, sometimes I get lost.
As I close my eyes, wind kissed my face.
How I wish I never felt your embrace.

What's behind those sweet gestures?
What's behind those stolen pictures?
Yes, I make myself believe there's nothing.
I believe that you mean me only as your sibling.

Those gentle touches that let me know you care.
Is a battle between heart and mind, and it's unfair.
Sometimes I caught myself thinking of you,
Asking myself if us has a chance to be true.

I shake my head so will the thoughts off, too.
We're not on the same page. It made me blue.

I asked myself, what I should do
To stop falling deeper in love with you?
I told myself, I should avoid meeting your eyes.
However, I keep on failing a hundred of tries.

I keep seeking for discouragements
So I can forget all our sweet moments.
For my feelings, I pretend.
How I wish it never happened.

You keep on taking away all my pieces,
And you never let me know of your hiding places.
I tried so hard to stop feeling this way,
But boy, it's getting stronger every day.

I want to know what is between us
On the other hand, forgetting you is how must?

When you make things likely to mean everything,
I act as if I am in the story you are telling.
And now that I want to make everything visible to you,
You're making their definitions so untrue.
And it's likely in the nothingness.
So, I want to know if everything were just as meaningless.

Topic(s) of this poem: helplessness, pain, sad

Form: Blues Poem


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, February 13, 2018



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