A Poem by Sami Vish

Just something I found cleaning out my closet

Always reaching
Slap my hand away
You can have that cake, but you dare not eat it
Why so vague
Understand this if all else falls on deaf ears
I will have you
You will be mine
You can't outrun this grip I have on you
I've put you in a chokehold
When will you finally tap out!
You think I'm not on to your little games
I'm the queen of ambiguity
You've met your match in me
I throw you off
But cement you in place
When will you turn around
Look at that reflection
Erie isn't it?
Why don't you kiss it?
Love it
Fondle it
Anything, but abandonment
Tell me that you love me
Your love is dangerous
So one sided
Seems to be a theme in the saga known as my life
Take me from here
Ha! Yeah sure I will, them bring you right back to that very spot
Have the audacity to say, "There! You finally satisfied!?"
What a ludicrous question
Wipe my a*s with this
"This could take some time
With too many mistakes we better get this right"
That's what she said
Why don't you just go f**k yourself

© 2018 Sami Vish

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Added on December 9, 2018
Last Updated on December 9, 2018


Sami Vish
Sami Vish

Las Cruces, NM

Hi, my name is Sami Vish. I'm 27 years old. I've been writing poetry and fiction since I was seven. Writing was my first passion, singing was my second, and now creating a better world for us to live .. more..