Leave No Note

Leave No Note short poem

Oh love, Oh love
Please don’t forget my dying words
The Words that seep
Through the crevices of your smile

Oh love, Oh love
How you saw deep through my laugh
And Dug deep through the messages I sent to you
Flickering the strobe lights to see if anyone cared
And you love deep
Through every thorn
you saw the beauty through my heart

Oh love, Oh Love
Please forgive me
I have a monster inside me
Snugged deeply by the 10 year old me
The sticks and stones most certainly broke my soul
It’s restless
Left to defend itself
From the whispers left in the wind

Oh love, Oh love
Death will come take me
He will leave no note
He won’t tell you that you were right

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