From a Boy's View

From a Boy's View

A Poem by Raven Wilson

Aug. 31, 2010

I can’t keep the lyrics out of my head-
The ones I used to sing-
About you-
About me-
About us-

What comes after you?
What am I supposed to do when everything
I ever did revolved around only you
When every breath I breathed tasted of your lips.

Look at what you’ve done-
Just one song for you then I’m finished-
Just one song-
Then I’m done-
Then I’m gone-

What comes after the pain?
How am I supposed to move on when everything
was all my fault
When every look I looked was at you.

I can’t stop the poetry-
That you once wrote-
For me-
For you-
For him-

What comes after the tears?
When will they stop falling
Over you-
When every tear I shed, I shed for you.

I can’t stop the ending
Where you hurt me so
Where I cry-
Where I hide-
When there was nothing I could do.

© 2010 Raven Wilson

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...I can't stop the poetry...

That is a truly consequential line...very good fit, disappointment and the constant heartsearching that follows.

Nice work...!

Posted 7 Years Ago

You tug at the heart strings without mercy.
This is beautiful work. It would make a great

Posted 7 Years Ago

The transition of the stanzas worked for me. I really felt like I could imagine and relate to this.


Posted 7 Years Ago

i love it. because honestly it true.! you are amazingg.! (:

Posted 7 Years Ago

1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

I kinda, sorta felt that at one point. No tears though, just poetry! I Like how u changed perspectives.

Posted 7 Years Ago

This is so sad and deep, you could really feel the emotions of the loss of the one she loved, great write.

Posted 7 Years Ago

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Added on August 31, 2010
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Raven Wilson
Raven Wilson

~~, NY

My name is Raven, I currently reside in a very obscure little town near the Canadian border in New York. At this moment I am eighteen years of age. My favorite topics deal with heartbreak, pain, loss,.. more..


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