Lucifera Santez

Rookie - 33 Points (4th feb / Belize)

Bleeding Love


I wanted to be strong for you,
I wanted to be naïve,
I feigned ignorance to all atrocities you committed,
“I love you” is all I said.
Day by day,
Night by night,
You loved my flesh,
And I forgave your lies.
We met,
Like storm and shade,
Crashing, burning, consuming
No need for words to be said.
I was a prisoner of my love,
Yet you weren’t keeper of my heart,
So why couldn’t I deny your touches,
Even when I knew,
For you I was a slut, a tart.
You took your darkness,
And filled me with it,
In spades,
Pushing me to shadows,
Bit by bit.
You killed everything I stood for,
But still the word from my mouth is love,
Not hate,
What have you done to me?
What kind of monster have you made?
Has love poisoned my soul?
Turned me in your personal whore?
There is a look of surprise,
As my knife plunges in your heart,
I am setting you free,
Giving you a new start.
All you gasp is why,
I am doing this because I love you,
Not a lie,
This time when you come around,
Don’t mutilate the life I gave,
Don’t let my soul weep,
Mourning on your save,
Go,
I took your darkness in me,
Sold my soul to devil,
So you could be free……………

Submitted: Sunday, May 25, 2014

Topic of this poem: love hurts

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this was basically me exorcising myself, purging memories of a shitty friendship and even worse relationship.

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  • Bronze Star - 6,229 Points Amitava Sur (6/20/2014 9:16:00 AM)

    What a lovely write up, Lucifera! ! my eyes are filled with tears. A great heart you own. I simply love you. It's splendid in deed. Iam moved. Keep well. (Report) Reply

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