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Revolting Heart

Updated on July 26, 2010

Ill take two of those and sleep for now

But I know it'll still hurt when I wake

The day O the day It's bright out

The sun it burn's thy pale skin

That moon it glows gently on it

I miss it I miss missing the memories

Id rather be human in a blanket thinking

But now I'm a grounded flower just wilting

I wasn't always at one time I was a boy

I wished upon a star and became pedals

It was my decision and I live in it

I'm here and real just faded a bit

And hurting

Blame it on the burning stars

I shouldn't be crying tears are

poetic nonsense here and seem

To be a necessity though

I should dare to be brave

For you




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    • alternate poet profile image

      alternate poet 6 years ago

      those pills are death in a sugar coat ah!

    • clickmarbin profile image

      clickmarbin 6 years ago from philippines

      nicely writtern

    • Joy56 profile image

      Joy56 6 years ago

      heartfelt once again....

    • Joshua Kell profile image

      Levi Joshua Kell 6 years ago from Arizona

      Deep.

    • epigramman profile image

      epigramman 6 years ago

      you always take me deep into the labyrinth of poetry

      with no easy answers, full of complexity and a very very challenging read - this is as pure as poetry gets!!!

    • KatyLove777 profile image

      KatyLove777 6 years ago

      This is beautiful.. :)

    • bonnebartron profile image

      bonnebartron 6 years ago from never one place for too long

      You are no wilted flower, but a bulb reaching for that pinhole of breaking light!

    • Entwinds profile image

      Entwinds 6 years ago

      I wilt in my filth it blankets me.

      Taunts and it haunts and fallows me to the depth of the sea.

      Is there any returning of me as of now I can't truly see.

      Just remember your words are a blessing to read.

      I'm a poison a hazard hell what does it matter.

      I devote myself to bring back your flowers health.

      Through the thickens of trees a disease you will see.

      A disease of health and belief to recover your color and set you free.

      That star is still high in the sky to make your wish on tonight.

      I searched high and low just to find that special glow.

      I'm sorry I'm saddened why did that happen.

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      lalesu 6 years ago from south of the Mason-Dixon

      I'd sooner believe the stars don't burn than believe I don't, but they'll take the fall and not complain...that's more than I can say for myself. Lovely, pensive poem.

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      epigramman 6 years ago

      I come back to this particular piece and say that there are poets - and then there is someone like you!

      And you stand apart from this madding crowd!

    • Sky321 profile image

      Sky321 6 years ago from Canada

      You have a true talent. Keep pondering and make us ponder.

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      Sa`ge 6 years ago from Barefoot Island

      aye they are!

      I take forever to get to anywhere,

      at times i seem to be nowhere! I usually do get there or is it here! I hope I am forgiven for being so late. ~aloha nui~

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      David Walston 6 years ago from The Large Magellanic Cloud (LMC) (m-M)_0 = 18.41, or 48 kpc (~157,000

      Anywhere Here There ...

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      kimberlyslyrics 6 years ago

      Oj my

      another amazing piece

      Thank you

    • Awful Poet profile image
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      David Walston 6 years ago from The Large Magellanic Cloud (LMC) (m-M)_0 = 18.41, or 48 kpc (~157,000

      Your Welcome

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      Deborah Brooks Langford 5 years ago from Brownsville,TX

      This is very deep...and very moving...wonderful poem..voted up ....debbie

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      David Walston 5 years ago from The Large Magellanic Cloud (LMC) (m-M)_0 = 18.41, or 48 kpc (~157,000

      Always happy to see intrest and recieve feedback , More than obliged~

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