Poetry, Poetry by CJ

The Death of You and Me

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Darkness swallows her up like a tomb.
He buried her alive (in a past she doesn’t remember.)
The cold wind blows colder,
As the rain begins to fall,
Lighting flashes as storm clouds gather in her eyes,
A strange new perfume blows on the wind,
As she drowns in the silence of her screaming.
With trembling hands and tear soaked cheeks,
She falls to her knees,
Her heart races, then begins to slow,
her body grows cold,
As her hot tears fall upon the frozen earth.
She screams to the sky,
She longs to die.
How could she love him so?
How could he let her go?
(He discarded her like trash.)
Even though she sold her soul.
So, with bleeding wrists,
And hot tears falling upon the frozen earth,
She closes her eyes,
And with her final breath,
She blows him one final kiss as she whispers to the wind,
“This is my final good-bye my love, you will never hurt me again,”
© Clara J Chauteco
February 25, 2017

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