Insane Heartache and pain



Insane Heartache and Pain
Sitting in my room and my eyes all puffy too!
I can barely see from the tears flowing down my face.
Like raindrops against the windowpane as
I am sitting here drowning in my own sorrow.
I can guarantee you’re out living life without
an ounce of me on your brain.
This just give people a reason to laugh at and
talk about me once again.
I want to keep the hope of it being just the two of us,
but boy who am I fooling chasing lust.
The silent water is playing tunes in my head, I wish I really didn’t care!
I’m not built to take any more heartache and pain.
Mother’s Day will forever be changed and baby you’re the one to blame.
You made that day a memory of blissful sorrow, unhappy and
an emotional roller-coaster whirlpool.
I could never get over how you made me feel stupid and
just drove off to leave me crying at a table of confusion.
Do not get confused by the randomization of wording I chose to present to you.
It's been since Mother’s Day Sunday, and I still haven’t heard one word from you.
Why am I wasting my time thinking you could feel the way I do,
because I realize this was only a game for you.
Hell, you done got the pussycat and head too!
so, there is no more use of me for you!
Take a knife and cut out my heart because after this!
I have no more love to bring.
It was fun while it lasted but my river has finally run dry.
Thank you for making me go insane:
now if I kill myself will you be able to handle that heart ache and pain!?
See I can’t take any more of your games,
baby playing with people feelings will cause you to be left in stain.
A thin line between love and hate,
too much pressure will cause me to break the chains.
My heart is racing and my brain’s spiraling insane.
Written By:
Lakyshia (Shelton) Hubert
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Submitted by L.shelton212 on July 17, 2023

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Quick analysis:

Scheme ABCDEFAGHIJKALGMGNBBBBBBOPQAARASTAQU
Closest metre Iambic hexameter
Characters 1,785
Words 378
Stanzas 1
Stanza Lengths 36

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