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Dying in Pain
Dying in Pain
In to the shadows again I walk. I hear death calling and I want to answer. I can't help but think that by answering all the pain will go away.
The only sound I hear is the breaking of my own heart. Gone is my laughter, gone is my smile, and gone is me.
I feel myself drowning, and I know I can stop it if I just start kicking. I don't want to kick anymore. I just want it to stop.
A cold numbness takes over my whole body like a thousand frost bitten bites. Anger is coming I can feel the burn like being consumed by deaths fire.
My heart is turning cold to everything around me. It's like being frozen from my head to my toes. It's welcomed with open arms.
Hate is taking over like the blackest plague. I have never hated anything and now I hate everything. Blackness is my new color.
What you did is the worst thing you can do to anyone. That is make them feel special when you don't mean it.
I gave you my smile and now I know it was wasted. I gave you my touch and now I know you didn't feel it. I gave you my body and now i know you just used it. I gave you my everything, and now I know it didn't matter.
Your name is pain even though it wasn't at birth. You have broke me, drowned me,, froze me, and burned me and taken my breath away.
I guess all that's left to ask is, How many times do you plan on killing me before you are done and end up burying me?