Smothered in these Pages -------------------------------------------
These pages soaked and wrinkled,
cause them to start tearing.
Spotted pages from these tears,
because you cant start caring.
I don't expect you to,
so continue to rip my heart.
Love never means a thing
until its torn apart.
Our love means EVERYTHING.
I'm not sure how I survived.
Now in every blood stained page
this ink will bury us alive.
Smothered by this story.
Every word takes away my breath.
I promise I won't stop writing,
until there's nothing left.
But just as all these love tales go,
ours will end in death.
That's true. Every great love story does indeed end in death. It reminds me of the song, "Join Me In Death." If you've never heard it, you really should. I'm sensitive, therefore, it makes me cry.
But anyways, that is lovely. You're so creative, Samm. I love the way you never stray from your original point (like I do. Theres no stopping me!).
My favorite part is:
"Love never means a thing until its torn apart. Our love means EVERYTHING."
I get it and I like it. The truth about it is what disgusts me though. Love... It's so overrated. I mean, sure it seems nice at the time, but thats only until the other person rips your heart out and shoves it down your throat, leaving you bitter and angry for the rest of your meaningless, pathetic life. lol Sorry for that crazy rambling rampage. I'm like a time bomb! ...tick...tick...tick...BOOM! see? like that.
My other favorite line is, "Smothered by this story." Just cause it fits so darn perfectly.
my favorite part was: "Love never means a thing until its torn apart." because it's true, you always write the truth. well unless your lieing... but that's a different story. i got the point, yay! (sometimes i don't, cause i'm slow)
Lovely metaphors dear, you're awesome.
keep on keepin' on! -Kate (the saturday potty-mouth)
oh my god! That poems speaks vollumes. Its breathtakeing. I loved the lines "I don't expect you to,so continue to rip my heart. Love never means a thing until its torn apart." Thank you for sharing this poem with us. Amanda