Acid Tears - Poem by Genevieve Pilat
Here we go again with these acid tears
My ever so unwanted friend
These tears bring pain I want them to stop
But they seem to never end.
There are some scars upon my face
As the acid trickles down
My flesh starts to burn, I close my eyes
This leaves a permanent frown.
Perhaps these tears could offer me
A brand new hopeful start
Have them peel away your embraces and all false kisses
That ever touched my cheeks and heart.
And once these acid tears erase
Any sign that I had loved you
I could move on and live life the way I want
Until these tears cry for someone new.
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