Ugly Goodbyes

By RoseTheBrokenHearted

My head burns,
My heart yearns;
My world turns.
.
.
.
.
Slowly

I fight the tears,
Bury the fears;
Remember the years
.
.
.
.
Always.

Beautiful dreams,
Never what it seems;
Dwelling crimson screams
.
.
.
.
Constant.

Sad eyes,
Lovely butterflies;
Ugly goodbyes
.
.
.
.
Again.

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Copyright 2019 RoseTheBrokenHearted
Published on Saturday, July 13, 2019.     Filed under: "Love" and "Poetry"
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  • VERITAS OMOIKANE On Sunday, July 14, 2019, VERITAS OMOIKANE (25)By person wrote:

    goodbyes are verbal daggers to our identities. tattooing scars over our conscious, indifferent of who we are or who we think we are. it comes in the form of heartbreak and regrets. very well written. thank for you sharing. i appreciate you.

  • A former member wrote: This was a lingering, lovely, sorrowful write. The format you used to write it, leaving the proper amount of space for breath in between each line, is like a purposeful silence which drives this piece in the most perfect way. Ugly Goodbyes...very well done. Very well done indeed. Thank you for sharing.

  • NXRKO On Saturday, July 13, 2019, NXRKO (12)By person wrote:

    Wow. Now that touches the soul and is spot on. Hold on tight. The turbulence in this ride just keeps getting rougher. Awesome write my friend!!

  • Sudos On Saturday, July 13, 2019, Sudos (167)By person wrote:

    Again and again. From one steady flow into a bittersweet ending. An ugly goodbye as seen through one aspect, may well have been the most beautiful thing ever witnessed to another... Sweetly we break. Good work!

  • 13sonsofgod On Saturday, July 13, 2019, 13sonsofgod (704)By person wrote:

    Simply.... Beautiful !!!!!

  • VERITAS OMOIKANE On Saturday, July 13, 2019, VERITAS OMOIKANE (25)By person wrote:

    'dwelling crimson screams.' agony in red. blood curdling screams. screaming blood. that one line as well as what it could mean is now stuck inside of my head. thank you for sharing, i appreciate you.

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