Last Night

Last Night

A Poem by hopeless

A little intoxication helps get you off of my mind


Last night,

the vodka chased my tears away

I didn't remember your name

Last night,

his lips tasted better then yours

and the thought of you

didn't drive me insane


I wanted to tell you

I loved you again

but I couldn't


I wasn't the girl

you wanted any-more

but you still drive me


-someone get me the vodka I had last night

© 2015 hopeless

Author's Note

I'm sorry that all my poems have something to do with me being intoxicated, ironically its the only thing that makes me feel ok again.

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This is wonderful, I love how you're comparing yourself with the two different days, kind of like you're talking about two different people and it gives it a nice tone

Posted 9 Years Ago

I think most people can relate to how you feel, to a degree. I know I certainly can. This is brutally honest and real. I truly enjoyed it. Keep writing, drunk or not! Regards!

Posted 9 Years Ago

I'm old enough to have seen the results of friends that tried to escape through alcohol. Shot livers, legs that swell to a grotesque size, combative home life and other ugly things. Not to mention premature aging. I won't lie about it in order to assuage the impact of the subject. Your authors note is a little scary and the only reason why I mention this.

Posted 9 Years Ago

There's no need to apologize; this is an ugly truth that often times the only thing to make us feel better are the things that make us no longer feel. Love the brutal honesty of this poem and think you did a wonderful job.

Posted 9 Years Ago

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4 Reviews
Added on January 28, 2015
Last Updated on January 28, 2015
Tags: intoxicated, vodka, lastnight, tonight, today, idontmisyou, butido, mydiary



Pennsauken, NJ

I am a teenager who writes about getting over the obstacle of getting over their first love along with the struggles of just being a teenage girl in the generation. please enjoy. (: more..

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A Poem by hopeless