Lets amend, this classic story.
Lets fix the end, of you and me.
I am admiring the pattern forming, such filigree.
Your blood so warming, as you die slowly.
Our love brought tears, to angelic eyes.
I can't help my laughter through the years, at your cries.
With the support, of my omnipotence,
Your life will contort, through my malevolence.
Go ascend, to the heaven's above.
You've met the end, of our so called love.
I steal away these darkened pages, oh so shamefully.
This sorrow still rages, inside of me.
I am content, with this animosity.
You're the demon sent, killing so gleefully.
I know you lie, when you say, "Our love does shine."
I'll watch you die, and I'll be just fine.
Do you see the clarity, as I contemn?
You cry for me, yet are star does dim.
This is what I see, through my eyes.
I see their smile flee, when there are no more lies.
I'm just another guy, who's messed up completely.
Do you die, for there is no more contiguity.
My broken heart, will incinerate.
It was ripped apart, by those I hate.
I'm beatin and torn, as I ashpyxiate.
This life I scorn, is this my fate?
I feel your kiss, just once more.
You are souless, so I'm left sore.
I still feel, the violence on these lines.
Waking is surreal, don't you see the signs?
I recall the past, escaping the present.
Notice how fast, all the love went.
I cannot help my laughter, as you cry.
You're not worth chasing after, so I leave you to die.
Copyright © Steven McMorrow | Year Posted 2009