Love is Pain

December 9, 2010
By Ben Butler BRONZE, Colorado Springs, Colorado
Ben Butler BRONZE, Colorado Springs, Colorado
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Like the venus fly trap, you swallowed me up. You showed how love breaks away, How it can stick together and not shatter. Life is a fragile thing and even the slightest change, could burst into pieces. The hollows of your heart show the true darkness is inside of us. Inside of me, like a caged animal. My lifeless body ready to laugh at the pain. Pleasure gone, befriending the cold grips of death. I'm trembling inside and can't get out. Life's cruel game loves me here.
But where is here?
The striped stockings and suffocating agony ignites the once limp soul. The thought of you drives me wild and up the wall, I cant take it anymore so i take this steele to my head and all I can hear is the sound of my shattering heart and at last, I feel no more.

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