There were things I knew
That I wanted you to know I loved you But I didn’t know how to teach you.
To me, you were above
In a place I longed to be I loved you But I didn’t know how to reach you.
I tried, god I tried.
To do things that gain favor I loved you But I didn’t know how to please you.
At times you cried
Or bellowed out in anger I loved you But I didn’t know how to ease you.
I was so good
Believe it or not I was I loved you But I didn’t know how to mind you.
I sat alone
Months in solitude I loved you But I didn’t know how to find you.
Violence and rage I loved you But I didn’t know how to spite you.
Sent away and banished
No longer family I loved you But I didn’t know how to fight you.
I tried to forget
Wash it all away I loved you But I didn’t know how to abate you.
I had a child
You don’t know him I love you Because I don’t know how to hate you. Delightful thoughts on Emotions
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I simply enjoy writing. Mostly fantastical things. Someone once told me that my word choices were poetic so, I thought maybe I would try poetry.
It was a freak accident of epithelium under anaesthesia. You place a window on to a hollow brain. The money makes the monkey out of you. A green light blocks the fish, your memory, to swim in black thoughts. The
turn up the stereo so everyone goes to hear the song of lil Pump know bust up the beat to promote its tempo take you to places you need to go flirting with fire coming down to the wire a
You see me smiling You see me laughing To you I am carefree To you I have no worries. Sociophobia; you don’t know I fear the judgement of others I fear not fitting in I fear not being good enough.
Well YOU KNOW ME and what makes me smile YOU KNOW ME and what makes me cry YOU KNOW ME and you still love me all the while YOU KNOW ME and how quite difficult to get Along with sometimes
Until you’ve put your feet in my shoes don’t tell me you know what I’m going through have you traveled the dismay I have you can never tell me you know how I feel you just don’t know I’m human so I cry, God