Poet's Corner: The Half Life (part one;)

Posted: Thursday, November 04, 2010

from a bottomless moment,

to a pit of spirraled dreams,

I hate her reflection of days and of nights,

she sees all as negative,

plunges at pain,

strikes towards tears,

I see another self of mine,

I come with the pasted realization,

I want more chances,

but she grasps for the weakenings,

it's like i've been jabbed for the weakenings,

with a different side,

her rebellion is the shadow to my heart,

I feel sunken into the card gamers trap,

for once we come face to face!

what do we call this?

a criminal's psychotic desease?

an untold story from the behinds?

she smiles,

wickedly with decay,

"come along, hither closer!"

look where the tracks have put me in now,

a sign maybe?

I shall call this Georgina-

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