Cambridge Keenan

Rookie (Ontario, Canada)

Some Place I Never Want To Be


Here,
Right now,
Alone, without you.
This is someplace I never want to be.
Emptied,
Poured out like water,
A broken vessel,
This is someplace I never want to be.
Lost,
Blinded,
I cannot see
And this is someplace I never want to be.
Longing,
Parched and dry,
Thirsting for your waters
This is somplace I never want to be.
Broken, busted apart
Useless without you,
You complete me
And this is somplace I never want to be.
Saddened,
Drowning
Without doubt
This is someplace I never want to be.
This is someplace I never want to be.

Submitted: Wednesday, July 10, 2013
Edited: Thursday, July 11, 2013
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............................................................. Cambridge......may 2013

Comments about this poem (Some Place I Never Want To Be by Cambridge Keenan )

  • Gold Star - 6,155 Points Khairul Ahsan (11/24/2013 9:54:00 AM)

    Sometimes we have to go to places we never want to be in. You have beautifully described the feelings of your heart, being in a place you never wanted to be in.
    Is this a place you are writing about, or a situation? (Report) Reply

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