The Storm Came

My tears came to me today as a horrid storm
ripping me open from the inside and taking form

Showing itself as the monster I’ve always known
broken dreams and the pain I’ve seen, all mixed into one

Breathing in the last cool breath before the waves descend
trying to hold all oxygen, as my sanity begins to end

The torment hits, like a ton of bricks and knocks me to the ground
shaking me to bits, as my past escapes, changing everything around

Washing away all my hopes and my dreams
deluding the love I’ve known, the  sites I’ve seen

Pulling from my lungs in trembled groans
sounds of my happiness, turning to moans

My mind swollen by the pressure it can’t take
from all these memories I’ve tried to escape

Feverishly this storm washes over me, doing  it’s very best
it only took a part of me, the only part that was left

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6 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Jingle
    Oct 26, 2010 @ 18:00:06

    heartfelt words.
    I wish you well….

    your are cute and smart,
    keep smiling.

    Reply

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  3. Artswebshow
    Oct 27, 2010 @ 01:26:10

    This is a really cool poem.
    i like the way it’s done in couplets

    Reply

  4. trisha
    Oct 30, 2010 @ 03:21:44

    this storm works wonder in washing away the debris.

    Reply

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