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Mazel tov Cinda

At old age you chose to risk again The pain of begetting a child in your sixties You chose to give love to another soul in the world Papa doesn’t know what is going on But there is something going on You just don’t know how to say it It has happened and you cant deny it Another child is coming Like Sarah you don’t understand this How possible can it be? Yet you believe With God all things are possible You feel it and you can now see all the signs You are expecting The pain knocks You bite your lip With your hands Hold your tummy With a twist And strength It has been long since you last went through this There is nothing like experience Pain is pain Each pain is dynamic It’s the same pain but different Papa knows now You are about to deliver He puts down his cup of tea Forgets his hat Because of the noise He knows that sound As each inch of your muscle tightens Your scream is heard in the city Its like you are pulling your lip over your head sweating and panting You realize it now done A smile of victory shines on your face News spread A poet Has given birth to a poetry tot And its A baby boy Born to the Carter Mazel tov! Cinda


Copyright © Rodgers Roger | Year Posted 2014

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My Perfect Everything

Hard to describe, a loss for words. 
Just so perfect, to breath it hurts. 
The scent of you drives me crazy, 
the sight of you drives me wild. 

You can say anything to make me smile.
The haters are everywhere, 
but they won't change anything.
'Cause to me you are, 
my perfect everything.

You are so sweet, 
you make me complete.
when we are together, 
there's nothing more I treasure.
With your arms around me, 
I hope that you see,
that you are someone so special to me.

When we met last month, 
I knew that wasn't enough.
I went on vacation and we formed a relation.
We talked everyday, 
and there was nothing you can say,
that would turn me away, 
you're perfect for me in everyway.

I happily let down my guard, 
and fell for you hard.
I have no re-considerations and no regrets.
What more can I say than the fact that you're, the best.

My days go faster, knowing we're together.
It feels like we been together forever.
I have no complaints, 'cause I want it this way,
and this is the way I want it to stay.

We have the most desirable relationship.
you let me bite your lip, and even your nose tip.
We can ridicule eachother to no end
but no matter what, you'll always be my best friend.

The opinions are everywhere,
but they won't change anything.
'Cause to me you are,
my perfect everything.

you know when they say "everything happens for a reason",
well this relationship finally gave me something to believe in.
If it wasn't for everything that happened before you and I,
I would never of known what it's like to be completely satisfied. 

I love you, my family loves you.
What more can I ask for.
Eventually he will see,
that you mean the world to me.
I love you I need you,
my Pretty Baby.


Copyright © Kaitlin Ketcham | Year Posted 2007




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I love

I love your soft kisses.I love firm but gentle touch.  I love the way you bite your lip.I love you soooooo much.
 I love the way you look at me.I love the way you smile.  I love the way you're shy sometimes,Every once and a while.
 I love it when you look at me, When I'm not looking at you.  You think I do not realize it, But really...I do.
 I love the way you cuddle. I love the way you sleep.  I love how you bite your lip when something turns you on. I love the way you rub your neck,when you are thinking so deep.
I love all of you,Your nose, your lips, your hair, even your smelly feet.  I love how you drink Dr Pepper. Morning noon and night.  I love how if someone puts me down your always there first one there ready to fight.  I will never stop loving you. You are so amazingly sweet.
 I love that I love you.I have loved you from the very start.  I LOVE ALL OF YOU,You alone hold the key to my heart.


Copyright © mandy cabral | Year Posted 2012

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Wet Dream

WET DREAM

You walk in
and meet my stare
my body comes alive
I want to touch you 

You cross the room
coming towards me
I’m aching deep inside
I want to feel you 

You reach for me
and touch my hand
and shock me like a live wire
I want to kiss you 

I want to touch you, feel you, kiss you, taste you
I want to love you right now.

You tease me gently
touching and kissing
and make me beg for more
I want to taste you

I bite your lip
Tug your long dark hair
Hear you moaning in my ear
I want to love you 

Clothes are tearing
we fall on the bed
I’ve never felt such pleasure
I’m gonna love you now

I want to touch you, feel you, kiss you, taste you
I want to love you right now

Your hands, your tongue
Touch every inch of me
Bring me to ultimate pleasure
You got me screaming now

Startled, alert, full of perspiration
I reach for you with desperation
But nothing is what it seems
Only emptiness lies next to me
Your only mine in my dreams

I can’t touch you, can’t feel you, can’t kiss you, can’t taste you
I can’t love you but I want to now.


Copyright © Leslie Scardigno | Year Posted 2015

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Let It Go

Let it go
Bite your lip until it bleeds
Even though you're lost,
let her find the one she needs

I know it's hard
to always keep her at arm's length,
but you must sacrifice
your own feelings for her sake

Break a smile
Keep her thinking you're okay
Act like nothing's wrong
Never show what you can't say

Try not to dwell
on how you hoped to slip away
before cold reason said
you would lose her either way

This time you'll truly make a difference
and be a loyal friend,
reining in your selfishness
up until the bitter end

This time alone you'll guard your secret
and finally lose yourself,
fighting off your greatest weakness
without a soul to tell

She's your tragedy
that's haunting you softly
like a memory
cause you miss her already


Copyright © Ryan Lucas | Year Posted 2016

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A Whole New World

Take me away,
Help me escape,
Show me the world,
Show me my fate.

Carry me out,
Show me the land,
Show me you're no boy,
Show me you're a man.

Bring me hope,
Release my fear,
Give me love,
Don't bring me tears.

Promise you love me,
Promise you care,
Promise me forever,
Show me it's there.

Bite your lip,
Open your eyes,
Show me your heart,
Show me no lies.

We're in a new world,
We have a new life,
Tell me we're perfect,
Show me we're right.

Kiss me in the stars,
Make me feel weak,
Keep me standing strong,
Knock me off my feet.

Baby, you're all I need.
You're all I can ask for,
All I can want,
All I can love and more.


Copyright © Skylar Rae Montgomery | Year Posted 2012

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That moment

You smile

You lift your shoulders

You blink

You bite your lip

I sure I know your feelings

Can't let this moment slip


Is it all about the timing

Will cupid shoot his bow

Shall I taste your lips today

Or again let courage go


For I have faced some deamons

Fought men near twice my size

So why does fear fall upon me

When I look into your eyes


Is it because love plays this way

It starts as a cruel game

Where two souls need to open up

And say they feel the same


Copyright © jon terry | Year Posted 2014

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cry

Salt in the eyes hurts more than salt in a wound. 
You bite your lip and rub your twinkling eyes attempting to keep those secrets of yours locked away.
 Sea waves churn behind the whites of your eyes. 
The first droplet of a never ending river ever so slowly trickles down your puffy cheek.
All the secrets you worked so well on hiding burst out with your tears unravelling your biggest secret:
You.
Are.
Only.
Human.


Copyright © farah sultan | Year Posted 2015

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Celluloid Fright


"Help me," shrieked THE FLY with the human head
Eight-legged death was approaching
as he struggled, trapped in a spider web

There's horrors all round,
there's horrors everywhere
Close your eyes if you must,
if you do easily scare

No one can hear you scream in space as an ALIEN attack
A face-hugger with acid for blood
will cocoon you for a birthing snack

There's horrors within and without,
there's horrors lurking about
Bite your lip if you must,
to keep from screaming out

Be prepared daily when it's the THE NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD
With flesh eating zombies on the prowl,
your undead sister will try to eat your bowels

There's horrors near and far,
there's horrors above and below
Clasp your chest if you must,
to help your heart beat slow

Of unknown origin is THE THING with no name
It can imitate any life form it absorbs,
if it gets you alone, it will imitate yours

There's horrors ancient and fresh,
there's horrors old and new
Hold your nose if you must,
if the smell of fear sickens you

Don't attempt to befriend a real monster FRANKENSTEIN
Your noble effort may result in your demise
There's horrors among us,
everywhere in this world
Believe me, there's more than enough to suffice


Copyright © Freddie Robinson Jr. | Year Posted 2016

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can you handle this

Close your eyes
kiss my lips
Tell me
can you handle this?

running my palms across your chest
as you tremble and bite your lip
feeling your hands upon my waist
the softness of your warm embrace

This passion grows warm as fire
Driven by our greatest desires
Two hearts, entwined as one
Neither stopping until the job is done


As I look into your eyes I can see beauty,
As I look into your soul I can see passion, 
and as I look into your mind I can see power, 
but looking into your heart I can see me

Close your eyes
kiss my lips
Tell me
can you handle this?

running my palms across your chest
as you tremble and bite your lip
feeling your hands upon my waist
the softness of your warm embrace

This passion grows warm as fire
Driven by our greatest desires
Two hearts, entwined as one
Neither stopping until the job is done


As I look into your eyes I can see beauty,
As I look into your soul I can see passion, 
and as I look into your mind I can see power, 
but looking into your heart I can see me


Copyright © SHERRY WATSON | Year Posted 2006

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Puppy Love Part 1

You and I,
our love can only be described as,
Puppy Love.

Yes, the classic 
cute nicknames,
Ours, “Mad Dog,” and “Brownie.” 

We give each other soft eyes,
when we see one another, our 
eyes light up, gleam a dreaminess 
that we are both in Lala land..

when I am in class, and we are watching a
video, a documentary on how the brain trusts..
Your thinking about how I place my hands,

how I prop my hands, interlock my dainty fingers that gently play 
melodies on the piano,
how they weave into contemplation, where I then rest my head of sweet, 
honey gold curls upon.

How my eyes are intent on the screen, as my mind churns 
the advanced, never before heard knowledge into 
something as smooth as butter. 

You bite your lip as you stare.
For we both are puppies chasing each others tails 
when you take my pencil and wave it above my head, making me reach.
How you write little notes in my notebook, 
silly, childish verses,

In Puppy love, they say loyalty 
is forever, it is two souls as a campfire 
to gather around and warm one another.
To roast their problems, char their troubles of the day
into mellow sweetness tolerable to take. 

The sweet pillowy softness of laying on one another,
the comfort knowing they will always be eachothers crutch,
supporter. Because they always can be understanding with one another.

There is a fork in the definition 
of what love they give to one another in Puppy love,
some say sympathy, but sympathy is just a synonym for pity,


Copyright © Madison Demetros | Year Posted 2017

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Joy in Weakness

And here you had me thinking
That I was the scum of the earth
That you were the Queen of the Night
And that you had everything all figured out

And here you had me dreaming
Of turning back the clock night after night
Hating myself more and more
Wishing I was strong as you

And here you had me screaming
Pain in my chest as you clung to another
Images of you two sweating your rhythm
And with me loathing my own sexuality

And now I can only laugh
As I find out your truth
That you're still the haughty winter princess
That flew too close to the sun

That you still haven't gotten over a thing
That the thought of me happy still tears you apart
And so you came back to keep me under your heel
While I drank the rain that was your tears

You laughed at me for wanting comfort in another
And here you are, doing the same thing
You cling to the ideals you set for yourself
As the Queen of a kingdom of emptiness

And this is my greatest joy
Knowing that not only am I right
But I've always been right
And the only one in the world who thought differently was you

You were the only one who agreed to abuse me
You were the only one to grind my face in the dirt
You were the only one to parade your story as fact
And ensure that the victim looked like the aggressor

The sun hasn't stopped shining on my back
Not since I forgave myself for sins I never committed
For the sins you paraded as absolute
For the sins that weren't sins

You're no Goddess
You're no saint
You're no angel of radiant light
And this Falconia isn't your Millennial Kingdom

So fly away on steel wings
Quench your lust on the body of another
Bite your lip and pretend it's love
After all, lust is a sin to you, yeah?

You're no better than me
And you never were, were you?
You're stuck slumming it out with your world of prejudice
And I'm elated now
I'm elated now
I'm elated now
I'm elated now
I'm elated now


Copyright © Derek Chos | Year Posted 2016

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Hush Now Sailor's Child

Hush now, my sweet child, 
 tho the wind howls wet and wild,
 the snows will fall again upon this barren land
 while inside we make our firmest stand.
Warm by the fire blaze, 
 the story will again be raised,
 the images thru the house will slip, 
 be not afraid as you bite your lip.
Silent and still, the candle flames flicker
 and heartbeat races fast and quicker,
 as the legendary story goes, 
 the ghost wore weathered sailor's clothes.
His face unclear and his voice barely a whisper,
 they say he was a shabby lonely drifter
 who made his way beyond the fielded trees 
 home from the ships and salty sea.
A sailor of a time long, long ago, 
 forgotten across the frozen snows,
 to dry land returned where he was birthed 
 to find the fields lay built open and unearthed.
Home he came but nothing remains the same,
 everything had changed, no one knew his name
 new fields were filled by figures unfamiliar
 and  he himself felt and seemed quite peculiar.
Wandering thru the streets at night
 he often whistled songs until the morning light
 and should you hear his lonesome call
 be not afraid, no, not at all.
The melody he plays is much like a riddle
 riding merrily upon the tremulous whistle
 calling out to those who are fearful and afraid-
 you are prisoners only of your self betrayed.
Greet the change with openness
 it can be curse or can be gift,
 but for this sailor home from the sea
 the waves rise up and down flowing in and out like destiny.
Hush now, my child and dream of majestic ships
 and sailors sailing on amazing trips
 returning home in time to find
 the child he left behind.

Roger Whitaker - The Last Farewell
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sGWs1HK8iDU


Copyright © DM Babbit | Year Posted 2017

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LlOoVvEe

So love me gently with a chainsaw
And take that glass against your wrists
You know I'm your worst nightmare
How you love my bloddy kiss

Tell me your apologies
I hope you don't believe i really care
I'll bite your lip so incredibly hard
And watch the innocence just drip away

So take your tears and go away
And I'll take my love with a hand grenade
The lie, she cried, a heartache


Copyright © devin colomb | Year Posted 2011

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Tomorrow

Did yesterday pass without your smile,
Nor a kind word did you speak?
Did you list all your troubles inside your mind,
And harbor them there for a week?

Did you frown on a child or your neighbor next door,
Who cheerfully acknowledged, "good day"?
Or did you bite your lip to hold your tongue,
When you couldn't have things your way?

Well that was yesterday and with its passing,
You can relax and begin once more,
For today is the present and the past has flown,
Out your welcome door!

So smile today and plan tomorrow,
To smile on all "todays",
For tis youth which flees with a horrid frown,
But remains with a smile always!



Copyright © Judy Konos | Year Posted 2013

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The New Day

Did yesterday pass without your smile,
 Nor a kind word did you speak?
 Did you list all your troubles inside your mind,
 And harbor them there for a week?

 Did you frown on a child or neighbor next door,
 Who cheerfully acknowledged, "good day"?
 Or did you bite your lip to hold your tongue,
 When you couldn't have things your way?

 Well that was yesterday and in its passing,
 You can resolve to begin once more,
 For today is the present and the past has flown,
 From your welcome door!

 So smile today and plan tomorrow,
 To smile on all "todays",
 For youth flees with a horrid frown,
 But remains with a smile always! 


Copyright © Judy Konos | Year Posted 2011

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If I call you beautiful

If I call you beautiful…

Do flowers bloom within your worried eyes
surrounding you with color, with thoughts
Looking past the mirror to that place you have been,
that you long to be again

Do you bite your lip,
looking within, seeking past the darkness,
subconsciously smoothing the ruffles of your dress, 
shuffling your feet a bit

Do memories flood your mind
of days before lipstick and eye shadow,
when cute was as common as wrinkled nose smiles,
playing inside or out were your choices

Do you roll your eyes and sigh,
describing a portrait that only you can see,
a mirage of impressions you have collected,
stored away in that file you reach for regularly

Do you brand me blind or crazy at least,
point to that one tiny blemish you know of,
turn and walk away kicking dust as you go,
shutting the door in disbelief

Or do you see your reflection in my eyes
the woman that you are to me, 
hear the affection in my voice, the truth
and wrinkle your nose once more and say, “I love you” 


Copyright © Chris Green | Year Posted 2016

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Dark Lust

A single hand Reaches for the light,
I touch your pail skin,
with Hate within,
no life in my soul,
but love in my eye,
darkness falls as I kiss you good by,
daemon love,
As the sun falls,
and darkness rises,
I lick your neck,
you quiver with lust,
as I bite your lip,
blood drips down your chin,
I rub your hip with a twisted grin,
lust in the darkest hour,
blood taste like a crimson flower,
your skin pale,
and eyes blue,
hell is home for me and you,
as our body's touch,
the heat is insane,
moving together like,
sweat in a amber rain,
energy is Strong,
as we kiss through the night,
and I lick your bloody lip,
and kiss your soul good bye,
I slash your skin,
with my dark nails,
rotting flesh,
what a lovely smell,
your pail skin reflects the moon light,
blood and sweat,
we begin to bite,
the fog rises,
and the grass is wet,
troubling thoughts,
from the human pets,
the sun peaks,
and we kiss the sky,
time to say goodnight,
and good bye.


Copyright © Robert Gapen | Year Posted 2005

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When You Live in a House With a Man Who

When you live in a house with a man who your mother loves
be grateful 

When you live in a house with a man who has been providing for you and our mother since you were six
thank him for everything he has given you

When you live in a house with a man who you have had shaky feelings about since you were six
make sure that if you ever cry do it in private
because it kills you to see your mother not get along with him

When you live in a house with a man who with just one look can make you feel like scum
try to do better and be upset when you are alone

When you live ina house with a man who makes you want to feel alone
find a place to  go where you can be alone 

When you live in a house with a man who makes you bite your lip so hard you bleed because you don't want to cry in front of him
don't complain about the blood to anyone 
keep it a secret keep everything g a secret 

When you live ina house with your man who makes you want to bottle every last emotion inside of you and your mother asks if you feel like you are getting along with him any better and there are so many things you want to tell her about how he makes you feel 
don't 
say you are doing fine 

When you live in a house with a man who makes you feel like his burden 
apologize
when you live in a house with a man who makes you feel like a problem
apologize

When you live in a house with a man who makes you feel like nothing more than a burden a problem and a waste of space
refrain from telling him that you did not ask to be his burden and that you do not want to be his burden 
refrain from telling him you don't want to be considered a failure
do not tell him you are trying your best because obviously your best is not good enough for him 
do not tell him anything about how he really makes you feel because he does not care anyways
do not tell him anything

because if you live in a house with a man who makes you feel like nothing more than a burden problem and waste of space 
he does not deserve to hear anything you have to say
he had his chance to care
he gave it up
so do not even let him know that in return you have given up on him


Copyright © Emma Kalliway | Year Posted 2014

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Signed to your name.

The sea stops swaying never,
This is my perfect love letter signed to your name,
The sea is me, not me but my love and endeavor.
Your heart flutters to my words and mine in disdain.
Is this supposed to happen?

Your sentences form from lips so delicate,
Physicality's means nothing I'm hooked to your brain,
Get angry bite your lip and yell for us there's no etiquette.
Your heart flutters to my being and mine in disdain.
Is this supposed to happen??

Your lovely,hateful,perfect and ugly,
But i don't judge you and you do the same,
Everyone could hate me but your insurance and i know you love me.
Your heart flutters to my love in mine in disdain.
Is this supposed to happen???


Copyright © Monte Banner | Year Posted 2009

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FEEBLE!

Swallow me whole, forget my face 
Stop walking so close, stay in your place 
Call out my name, if u dare 
don't come near me, try to just stare 

Point behind my back, whisper slowly my name 
Don't forget, pain is the fuel to my flame 
Cup your hands, and hide your gossip 
Be weary of the heart on my sleeve, please bite your lip 

And when I look around,  I know I will 
and I see you alone, and standing still 
please turn your back...it's the best thing to do 
'cause you're a weakness...and I can't help but run straight to you!!!


Copyright © Arcene Janvier | Year Posted 2010

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la la love

pace the room
and look to tommorrow
hope that you'll find a thing to distract your sorrow

bite your lip
un hook the phone
and hope that you'll find a way to bare being alone

but
as the truth does settle
as the sun falls for the night
as the silence surrounds all that once was light

you feel the burden and weight of this emotion you're in
knowing either way you cannot win
you must give in 
the temptation is strong
just embrace the assurance that life goes wrong
despite best laid plans and hopes and prayers
but, know that life can take you anywhere

so

pace the room
and look to tommorrow
hope that being apart doesnt mean an end

bite your lip
just distract your sorrow
by phoning and kissing and loving again


Copyright © fiona wallace | Year Posted 2007

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how it feels

Little girl, fallen angel,
Lie down here,
Open your eyes,
Your legs,
Drape them around me.
Think of England,
Think of how much it hurts.
Bite your lip,
Swallow
The Blood.
Does this feel better?
Do you like this?


Copyright © Lisa Barton | Year Posted 2008

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THE BOOK

I open the door to pleasure, 
to see what I treasure. 
I walk slowly past, 
my hand trailing, 
looking at last, 
not failing 

This towering wall, 
is calling me, 
inviting me, 
planting the seed. 
Urging me to read 
and I answer that call 

These narrow cloisters, 
my hunting ground. 
Seeking that elusive book, 
for I search and look 
for what needs to be found 

No need to explore, 
final frontiers, 
open the book, 
take a look, 
you will see more 

For you travel far, 
in a book, 
further than any distant star, 
go on! take a look! 

Your  imagination travels to a distant land, 
tall mountains, 
rolling sea, 
warm breeze. 
all this,you hold in your hand 

For books are the soul 
in which our imaginations play a role 

Your eyes caress every page, 
the story untold, 
turn the leaf, 
let your imagination unfold 

These books hold, 
terror,fire, 
ice and cold 
also warmth and wit, 
enough for a laughing fit 

A book can hold such emotion, 
touch you deep, 
tighten your grip, 
bite your lip, 
make you weep. 
Such a cocktail! 
Such a potion! 

To change the world, 
for the book wields enormous power, 
my imagination,uncurled 

My speed of thought, 
takes me far, 
further than anything my teachers have taught, 
past any galaxy or distant star 

For the love of books, 
I search crannies and nooks, 
for I will travel,I wage, 
for when I open the first page. 
I do not need to try, 
for I am transported, 
no need to fly 

This book I hold, 
lets my imagination unfold. 
This beautiful thing, 
let its words ring 
and the joy it can bring 

In my book I can be  anything, 
from sea 
to bubbling brook, 
I lose my being, 
I take another look. 

So much to be, 
so much to see 

For what is written, 
you are smitten, 
to travel far, 
past galaxy and distant star 


Copyright © Matthew Brackley | Year Posted 2006

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TRAPPED

In a small coffin all alone.
This is your life,you should have known.
You sit there a while
But then start to panic.
As you choke on vile,
You feel you've gone manic
Claw at the roof, 
Whats the point? you've already failed.
You become aloof.
As you see your bloody fingernails.
Scream into nothing.
Into your hands your face falls.
Hear yourself choking.
Insanity calls.
Bite your lip until it bleeds.
Cross your arms, and lay straight.
No one hears your silent pleas
Close your eyes and wait.


Copyright © Samma Jamma | Year Posted 2010