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Break Me


Author: SilentDreams42
Elite Ratio:    6.43 - 38 /30 /42
Words: 117
Class/Type: Poetry /Serious
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BOTTOM LINE:

high expectations lead only to self destruction


Break Me



wait for me
as this Ungodly journey presses on
as life itself leaves the realms of reality

find me
for I am lost within myself
I am lost deep within my own confusion
trapped in this hell I call my mind

help me escape
for hell is a horrid place to be
its eating me alive
preying on my fleshy past

save me
the whispers never cease
craving a single drop of blood
craving just a hint of pain


but now my time is up
and I find that you were never real
as my heart stops beating

I now have but one feeling deep within my soul...

regret.




Submitted on 2009-09-16 18:03:38     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  Thanks! It was a really good poem that seemed to really describe a feeling of desperation I sometimes feel within me! It was good because it never lost its flow, you allowed the reader to follow you from stanza to stanza. Sometimes that can be a hard thing to do!

I sometimes wonder if in the end when nothing really matters if the only thing ill feel is regret. The regret of knowing that i didn't try hard enough, the regreat of knowing that i didn't really accomplish much. Im a procrastinator and the source of my procrastination is my fear of trying and failing.

but anyways good write, it was a pleasure to read.
| Posted on 2009-09-28 00:00:00 | by Katrinagolden | [ Reply to This ]


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