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Reoccurring

Every time I look in your eyes, I die
And every time you touch me it burns.
You push me and pull me,
There is nothing left for me.
All I ever wanted was to be someone you loved
And now instead I'm everything you hate.

Every time I think of you, I cry
And every time you talk to me my mind explodes.
You never really cared, never really loved, never really felt, but always, always hurt.
There is nothing left for me.
All I ever wanted was for you to need me;
You don't need me, you just use me.

Every time I see you, I break down
And every time you turn the knife I die even more inside.
You only wanted a toy,
All you ever wanted was something to play with and to break
And now I'm gone because you broke me just too many times.
You never wanted me, you’re just a tease.

It's all so reoccurring.
It's over and over again.
It's you, everywhere I go.
I can feel you.
I can feel the wind hurting, like a slash of your knife.
It's all so reoccurring.
It's over and over again.
It's you, everywhere I go.
I can feel nothing but numbness.
I can feel my funeral haunting me
Because this is so reoccurring.



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