make believe.

By illspokenwords

around and around she goes in an endless cycle of broken promises and truths left untold. farther and farther into the rabbit hole she falls without a bottom in sight. crystalline blue eyes searching for the answers to her problems in a mirror with a reflection belonging to someone else. dreams shattering into a million different pieces as the mirror and her fist become friends.

we'll play make believe, my darling, and i'll say everything is okay when you're the farthest from okay i've ever been. then you'll complain that i'm making no sense when my point is perfectly clear.

the numbness breaks away and she realizes she's never been okay.

there's no use in playing make believe, dear girl. this reality stings deeper than your games can reach.

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Copyright 2004 illspokenwords
Published on Sunday, June 20, 2004.     Filed under: "Poetry"
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  • Nameless Pariah On Thursday, May 12, 2011, Nameless Pariah (126)By person wrote:

    It's like someone slapping you across the face and telling you to, "wake up! this is reality and it can hurt". I love this.

  • A former member wrote: "dreams shattering into a million different pieces as the mirror and her fist become friends" I actually felt that one... amazing work

  • Belle On Monday, June 21, 2004, Belle (17)By person wrote:

    very nice write. I like the word combinations. belle

  • A former member wrote: Amazing. Just lovely! :)

  • Syn On Sunday, June 20, 2004, Syn (76)By person wrote:

    I have 4 letters for you... O M F G. This was just beautiful Wonderful write! *in awe* -Syn

  • glasshouse On Sunday, June 20, 2004, glasshouse (548)By person wrote:

    I absolutely loved this. It flowed like a song and I really enjoyed it. It might make it easier on the eyes if you spaced out the first little thing a bit though. At any rate, It was glorious. Great job. -Glass

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