You never loved me

Another dream…
I’m supposed to chase you but
my legs are tied up
I’m watching you fade away
laying at the edge of a broken bridge
I shout out your name but
I don’t have my lips anymore.
Bleeding and watching you go

Come back is all that I want
in every dream it is here I crawl
Until the bridge crashes down
You don’t hear me calling your name
then I recall what my friends used to say
“You never loved me”

Another scream…
to throw me out from the dream
makes me keep my eyeballs out
I’m terrified of shadows –
Appearing, disappearing on the wall
Oh it feels like
death’s approaching, whispering in my ear
the things that I wouldn’t want to know

Come back is all that I want
after every dream it is here I fall
When the bridge crashes down
You don’t hear me calling your name
then I recall what my friends used to say
“You never loved me”
Oh, you never loved me

Another morning –
Broken and Empty
You’re stuck like a nail in my back
that I can feel, piercing in, near to my heart
but my hands can’t reach
neither can I see

Come back ..after all 
Here I’m hanging, trying hard not to fall
Tell me that you really don’t hear me
calling out your name?
Validate, what my friends always used to say
“You never loved me.”

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  1. Reblogged this on degeneratequeens.

  2. Painfully scripted 🙂 Touched ❤
    Here I’m hanging, trying hard not to fall
    Tell me that you really don’t hear me
    calling out your name?
    Validate, what my friends always used to say
    “You never loved me.”

    Best piece …
    Keep blogging 🙂
    Regards,
    Vino

  3. Beautiful.
    Sad.
    Heartbreaking, yet pretty.
    Fragile like a spiders web,
    yet strong enough to keep the fly in.
    Poignant.
    Melancholic and dreamy.

    Your poetry is always a rainbow of emotions.

  4. this is a very sad piece – bittersweet. Sweet because of the beautiful way you have presented it and bitter because of the subject. 🙂

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