Jul 23 2011

Just Stab Me

Published by at 9:39 am under Sad Love Poems

Your words are laced with lies.
You can’t see the tears in my eyes.
You ignore me, my heart cries.
I just don’t understand.

Fears start to take ahold of my mind.
To my pain, you are blind.
It’s now only dark where love once shined.
You toy with my heart, like the wind with sand.

You don’t know that I’m in pain.
To think of losing love again.
To have my tears fall as if rain.
Yet I am lost and have gone silent.

You’ve been ignoring me.
I want to be with you, can’t you see?
I’m tired of being so lost and lonely.
But I shall never be violent.

I want you to be happy wherever you go.
But I love you, you must know.
But once and a while, talk so…
Alone I won’t have to be.

But if you are only lying and faking.
Your love you don’t give, you’re only taking.
So please instead of my heart that will be breaking.
Just stab me.

It will hurt less

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2 Responses to “Just Stab Me”

  1. Justaboyon 23 Jul 2011 at 12:19 pm

    This is very well done.
    I understand–everything. Completely.
    Your rhythm seemed a bit off, though, but not detramentally so.
    Sometimes you wonder why you ever even tried to find love…

  2. Ravion 16 May 2012 at 1:55 am

    Mary Oliver’s poems are masterful creotians that resonate in my mind and heart each time I read them. Her language is soulful; her imagery brillant. She is a master craftsman who builds each poem precisely. Her poems talk of so many things in the natural world; she distills each to its barest essence and allows us the enjoyment of sharing it; I always feel as though she invites me to come along to discover these sacred sights and insights found in nature.The poems in this collection explore and reveal the essence of fireflies, moss, the stars, the toad, the owl, Daisies, beans, the cricket, the Black Bear, the seasons, Blackwater (a place), the Soul and many other creatures and their habitats. She is a sublime poet of the natural world and this collection is superb!I recommend it to anyone!

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