POEM: Ade

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Ade,

Last night depression wrapped me like a blanket .

I lost my crown to live

I called your name, you looked and turned away.

I can’t trust my life in my hands anymore.

I want to call your name and get a reason to live .

But I get green marks

I feel you may never be mine.

 

Ade,

It will soon be time to take my last breath and watch as the blood run dry in my

wrist and my heart as I say goodbye.

But it’s scary what a smile can hide.

A smile on my lips, but cuts on my hips.

My mangles body you shall see

My head was all but a mess.

My messages and depressions you never saw.

But now suicide will be obvious .

 

Ade,

I just knew you won’t care until I ‘m dead.

Maybe you would  write me a poem or edit my biography for free.

I’m putting your name on my wrist so everyone would know you were the last thing that went through my heart.

I want you to know that I love you very much, more than words can say, even more than myself.

No!!, I love you so much to set you free from my dying heart.

 

Ade,

I hope you read this

I don’t care if you reply

I will still wait to see green marks.

I’m done crying

I’m done fighting

I’m done trying

I’m done living

 

Ade,

I’m done waiting for your flaming tongue to lick my pains.

I just dropped the last fake smile as tears ran down my cheeks

I can’t do it anymore.

I bid my last farewell to those nights of long drolling chats.

I hope you understand.

I understand.


By VERALYN. (From the “Diary of a naughty fine girl”)

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