boundless

January 25, 2012
By EstelleMarie SILVER, Edison, New Jersey
EstelleMarie SILVER, Edison, New Jersey
5 articles 1 photo 2 comments

ironic boundless soul of mine
freed you and tore me
i loved to feel, such feeling forte
too much for you and broke me
i was harshened, you mellowed
we were smelted from ore
to ingot to blade to us
a veneer that sometimes hardened
into truth –
happiness.
the prosecutor defenseless and
the burden upon my
starved shoulder blades
a pair alone
patiently parading domino
pillars through adolescence
two blundering bee-stung early birds
because beliefs alone could
persuade me
obsession alone could
assuage me
depression alone could
love me
and i chose none.
this is the final
the ultimate will written in
self-consecrated orichalcum ink:
forever and always
for always forever
four twenty eight ten
for twenty months
you, Zach –
speechless, now
but
the end.


The author's comments:
I was caught between two lovers, depression and my boyfriend, and I lost them both.

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on Feb. 23 2012 at 3:04 pm
EstelleMarie SILVER, Edison, New Jersey
5 articles 1 photo 2 comments
I wonder where you got that impression, hah. I'm glad you enjoyed it.

aphids77 said...
on Jan. 30 2012 at 8:17 pm
aphids77, Holly Springs, North Carolina
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Ah. Very good. "The prosector defenseless" and the birds analogy are my favorite, here. Good job. I also get the jist that maybe, just maybe, you play Skyrim... haha.


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