FunctionA Poem by Undying Hate (Hanna)
A poem about a special someone who won't just tell me how they feel. Good if you've been crushed by a crush or have experienced a breakup...
Your mouth regurgitates those acid words
Spitting a hole through my heart
It shows me that you care,
Then the next day that you don't
Your mouth refuses to tell me what you feel
The ultimate war against your heart
But you don't even care do you?
Do you like watching me fall apart?
I don't know what your brain thinks
Always shrouded in mystery
Maybe it doesn't think at all
Or at least not about me
Heart and brain work together
To keep me from knowing the truth
But in the internal war of the mind
I'm hoping your brain will lose
An endless pit of betrayal
Sucking, dragging me in
But in the war of heart and mouth
The heart always wins
But would your heart give in
If I told you how I feel?
Or should I wait in the shadows
For your heart to unseal?
I'm starting to doubt
That your heart's even real
The three evil parts
Working to make a function
Of lies, denial, and unfeeling
I'm just waiting for a malfunction...
© 2010 Undying Hate (Hanna)
Undying Hate (Hanna)
AboutI'm not normal, therefore neither are my writings. I write about a lot of different things with a lot of different styles. I like to mix it up that way, not be boring (hopefully)! more..