Mordrid Harpoon

Rookie (1991 / Glengormley)

You - Poem by Mordrid Harpoon

You're my something in the way,
You're the darkness in my heart,
You're the voices in my head,
You're my anti-muse.

You're the reason I can't feel love,
You're the reason I feel pain,
You're the cause of my destruction,
You're the bitter cold of my soul.

You know what you're doing to me,
You can see,
You do nothing to prevent,
My inevitable derailing.

You only do whats convenient for you,
You are always paranoid,
You are ruining,
My life.

I want,
You to leave.
I want,
You to go away.
I want,
You out of my life.

All of you.

(22: 50 11/05/06)

Comments about You by Mordrid Harpoon

  • Melissa Patty (7/15/2015 6:10:00 PM)

    This poem I feel has loafs of emotion. People in this world can either be a blessing to you or they can be a curse. Don't let them get you down, they are not worth your fight. Make the right decisions for you. Very well writen poem, Stay Strong xx (Report) Reply

    Melissa Patty (7/16/2015 7:37:00 AM)


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  • (5/11/2006 5:39:00 PM)

    An oh dear poem Mordrid! Appropriate name too it seems. The thing is, we control our own lives in truth and if someone is not appropriate to your needs, they will go from your life. You just got to be sure you want them to. A very expressive and well written poem. From all of us, welcome to Poemhunter, the best poetry site in the world. 10 with a smile from Tai (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, May 11, 2006

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