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Author: BlazeFlamme
ASL Info:    22/m/TX
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Words: 89
Class/Type: Poetry /Serious
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Inner insecurity
Leads to insincerity
Draws knots into
The belly of the beast

Thought of infidelity
Is a tempting melody
Brawls shame and you
Foolish in the least

Sight of premonition
Filled with double vision
Falls short onto
The hell that we perceive

Love and cessation
No correlation
Will never dilute
No choice but to believe

Nipping sarcasm
Scrupulous spasm
Needless be true
Cold is now typical

Bleeding retrospect
Constant recollect
Now endless rue
Never time critical
For time will take us nowhere

Submitted on 2011-04-03 06:20:20     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  okay this got me thinking of old relationships and how insecurity started to tear them apart...from both sides...

a lack of trust develops because we are so insecure and can't understand why this person wants to be with us..

then there are the "word brawls" that create the cold distance that can never be erased..the gap grows wider...and then the regrets...what got us to this point? why did we do this to each other...what we had was so good...but our insecurity was such poison...

and often we don't learn our lesson...that darkside shows up relationship after relationship--

"nipping sarcasm/ Scrupulous spasm"

nice phrasing there...lots of wonderful phrasing in this...careful of spellings so the impact isn't interrupted.. "infidelity" "premonition"

i like "love and cessation/ no correlation"

if we trust, love without judgement or reserve and trust ourselves enough to be loved...

then cessation would not be part of the equation.

| Posted on 2011-04-03 00:00:00 | by jacoberin | [ Reply to This ]

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