Your Love Metaphor

Your Love Metaphor

A Poem by Pleasantly_Furious

I wear you like a sin
like a necklace of cruel thoughts
I finally found my place in the world, darling
on the streets of
which you walk

scattered fragments
Van Gogh's stars
the hazy dream you have forgotten
I could tell you all about this heartbreak
how I carried it around like an inhaler
how I clung to it like a crutch

I could tell you what your love was like
over a cup of coffee that I only
halfway drink and let go cold
not wanting it anymore

darling,

I just did.

© 2017 Pleasantly_Furious


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Such touching words! One of my favorites poetry i get to read this very night. It's just gonna be saved in my library for sure. And i am expecting as well as hoping to read suchlike stuffs with time on your page. Keep writing.

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"It is a terrible thing to be so open: It is as if my heart put on a face and walked into the world" -S. Plath more..

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