Ship Grief Poems | Ship Poems About Grief
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I spit fire
to remind you
to strategically align your verbs correctly in a sentence
or perhaps you'd like to see me correct you
oh wait, You correct I?
That seems about right
that sums it about up
and just when you figure you've had enough-
Cause you run.
You run from your feelings,
you run from reality instead of taking the beating
you run from your own self judgment,
don't tell me I didn't love you enough
I sat by you while you spat vomit in my face
while your hands twisted my neck-
you feel when there's no hope
nothing but doubt echoing
is that retaliation?
Or a mirage of he-the one he pretended-
the one who was happy
had his life together.
Instead you pity me
brings pessimistic events
so while you're still stuck in denial
unable to forgive yourself
unable to trust
I'll be flying over you,
hitting an excess speed
This mission is aborted
You lit my rocket ship
Copyright © Sarah Casey | Year Posted 2013
Modernity focuses a painted ship on the painted ocean
Only color and fashion, no air, no speed or no motion
It is not Coleridge's The Rime Of The Ancient Mariner
But modern ship like society's stagnant sea and river.
Copyright © Muzahidul Reza | Year Posted 2016