E Nigma


~The Gem In I~


I've learned to push myself away
Though my heart begs me to stay
I moved into that selfless center
And they took apart all of me that remains

So, here's those feelings
Here is that order
You'll start at the top
Strip away all desire

Rip away, tear away
Make sure that nothing remains
Of ragedy and will up the Annie (ante)
The jackpots the other pea in the pod

You were supposed to make me forget!
What do you remember?
That I gambled...
How do you know?
Because I feel loss

Feeling lost is a symptom of sacrifice.
These scars can't compare to my heart
Such precision, such pain
When we would sleep we shared dreams
When she would breathe I knew we were ok

You view us as an abnormality
but to us this is the most normal thing
You try and sum us up like an equation
Occasionally trying to change the scenes
Yet, on this occasion...

I sit, watching this siamese cat stare in the mirror
And as I watch
I feel complete
Because I know she remembers me.

Submitted: Saturday, March 07, 2015

Topic of this poem: thinking


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