Remember you

Remember you

A Poem by Kesha
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Lay me under your skin,
Break me in half,
Bury me in your lungs
Breathe me in.

Lavender smells,
& it burns my nostrils
As I remember you.

Lavender hurts
& it burns my heart
As I remember you.

Purple colors
Flash pain across my eyes,
Purple colors
Leave marks on my arms.

Lavender perfume,
Lavender panties.

Where have you gone?
With those California eyes,
And a mouth so supple.

Why did you always smell of lavender?

Candles lit,
Lavender smells
As I remember you.

With my window wide open,
My heart is breaking,
With a breeze so fierce.

Lavender invades me again,
Lavender leaves me in crippling pain,

On my knees,
I beg you to

stay.

© 2017 Kesha



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What sentiments so well articulated. Even the pain comes out with your dignity in place.

Posted 1 Month Ago


How this flows with such a beautiful, painful flow of memories. The scent of lavender, the one I always reach for in my garden, is so intense, so refined, and here it is connected to loving and losing and letting go. We can breathe in the fragrance of your sorrow.

Posted 1 Month Ago


Your longing sentiments are nicely doused in shades of lavender. I love the vivid details & the intense expression of feelings. I would prefer to use more different ways to express the color lavender (lilac, mauve, violet) so as to avoid this amount of repetition. But that's just my preference. Al in all, you've crafted this with feelings & imagery that come across intensely (((HUGS))) Fondly, Margie

Posted 1 Month Ago


Honest and strong needs and thoughts in the words. I felt the need and the want of the words. Thank you Kesha for sharing the amazing poetry.
Coyote

Posted 1 Month Ago


Kesha

1 Month Ago

Thank you!!
I don't think you should beg her to stay, not if her lavender does such terrible things to you. I could really feel the hurt in your poem. Perhaps another flower will have a better effect. Keep going!

Posted 1 Month Ago


Kesha

1 Month Ago

Thank you!!
Beautifully phrased! Indeed the nostalgia of a loved one gone is very painful.

Posted 1 Month Ago


Kesha

1 Month Ago

Thank you!!
this is beautiful!!!
loved the emotions and the feelings conveyed through out the poem

Posted 1 Month Ago


Kesha

1 Month Ago

Thank you!!
An emotional, tragic and powerful write Kesha...
The use of different words like lavender and supple, they offer more taste in your poem!
Well done, keep it up! :)

Posted 1 Month Ago


Kesha

1 Month Ago

Thank you!!
Mr.Writer

1 Month Ago

No problem :))
I love the use of lavender here, and the melancholy feel to it really spoke to me. Deep, tragic, and desperate.
Great job.

Posted 1 Month Ago


Kesha

1 Month Ago

Thank you so much glad you liked it
Sinbulvinter

1 Month Ago

You're welcome. =)
The use of lavender, i loved it, Kesha.
and the last lines too.
keep on going .

Posted 1 Month Ago


Kesha

1 Month Ago

Thank you very much!
Priyanshi

1 Month Ago

My pleasure.

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