The Blind Rose

By lshidonil

Don't you see,
What you are doing to me?
I accept you and forgive you,
no matter what,
and only because I love you.

Yet, you only accept me to a point
And once you get there,
poof,
I'm left in the woods without you,
my mind spinning,
on which way to go.

You were my guide,
my light.
Now you have blown out,
with the only thing left is silver whisper in the wind

And the only thing that blew you out,
was because I didn't give you the right words to keep burning.

The one time I need you to take my words for what they are,
You deny me.

That is, after all the times I took you into my arms and wiped your mistakes off with my held in tears.

I never felt I wronged you. 
I guess I made a choice that you didn't like,
and with that,
a rose that was once bright and beautiful,
is crumbling to ashes.

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Copyright 2015 lshidonil
Published on Thursday, February 12, 2015.     Filed under: "Poetry"
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  • Jonas Robinson On Monday, January 14, 2019, Jonas Robinson (1010)By person wrote:

    An ironic romance with heartbreaking images. Good work. :)

  • A former member wrote: A dagger slicing a heart into pieces. that's the image this piece put into my head. Very painful, very sad. but so beautifully bled out... really good write.

  • lshidonil On Wednesday, March 11, 2015, lshidonil (24)By person wrote:

    Thank you! :) This has made my day.

  • Jessica Zenteno On Friday, February 13, 2015, Jessica Zenteno (22)By person wrote:

    The thing about poetry is that it has the power to make something so tragic so beautiful. Amazing piece, and i hope this helps you cope. Cheers!

  • PoetessDarkly On Friday, February 13, 2015, PoetessDarkly (1017)By person wrote:

    rejection is always a strong motivator for great poetry. thank you for stopping by my poetry.

  • lucid_ang3l On Thursday, February 12, 2015, lucid_ang3l (1)By person wrote:

    I envy how well this was written , so much emotion is felt

  • WillowGreybird On Thursday, February 12, 2015, WillowGreybird (29)By person wrote:

    This is so sad! But beautifully written and easily understood. I love "I never felt I wronged you". Strongly emotive. Kudos.

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