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She was hungry, peaked and breathless “I’m starving” Words meant to manipulate I capitulate “How big is the salami?” “Roll it up with cream cheese, have you ever Had that before?”
You've always compared me to a rose and I never quite understood why. Is it because I'm pretty? Or is it because I have thorns? Is it because, if you get too close you'll hurt yourself?
you love like you sin, terrified and breathless. intoxicatingly sweet, a poisonous temptation. bioluminescent boy, you’re dripping heartache from
Flowers falling freely Landing in water Surrounding her Finally finding their place She's lost; unknown Breezing through life Like the breeze taking the flowers Until but one remains
4:02 pm in the parking lot my Father can smell the fear reeking from my jacket with the three holes on the right sleeve that resemble a smiley face
How dare you? You walk on this Earth as if you're perfect, judging me. I've made my mistakes, I've owned up to my faults. You walk on this Earth as if you're perfect, hovering over my mistakes.
the makeshift lines of the devil's eyes are lurking in the room his breath lingering on my skin I don't want to do this again. the first time I met him
I thought you would be my best friend for the rest of my life, But moments in between the lines I felt the spark of your fire It was warm to the touch and thawed my frozen hands
Hey, That’s all you say? Three years since we’ve talked two months from today, My friend,
I was told my voice didn’t matter in a jungle of lions That my efforts were child’s play and I should go sit with the little kids That if I ever wanted to own anything, I should call myself the ruler of nothing