I Died Yesterday
Author: Everett


....and now i write this from my grave.
The sun no longer shines this way, darkness is my only company.
Its hard to dream when you cant feel.

How many lies will you spill before you get it through your head.
I sat quietly as you ripped my heart out and left me for dead.
Side by side we once stood.
I always got lost in your cries, you fooled me with each tear that fell.

Never again

You see, this is but a distant memory now.
I lay here in a pool of my own blood, staring at a sky that was once my
only escape.
I hope you regret it.
I wont forget it.
I took it to my grave.


Comments on this poem/writing:

luc ( -- Friday, January 17 2003, 12:38 pm


that was just.. my gawd.. i liked this poem. it was sad yes yet at the sametime it seem to have some comfert in it for some odd reason. good poem. :)
everett ( -- Friday, January 17 2003, 05:29 pm


Thanks Luc. yeah thats what i was going for, it is sad yes, but its not entirely sad. like you said, it has some comfort. thanks again
LinzAy ( -- Friday, January 17 2003, 07:39 pm


Wow everett. Ur poetry is getting more and more interesting and touching(although that's not quite the word i'm looking for). really liked it....
everett ( -- Saturday, January 18 2003, 02:10 am

hey Linzay, thanks. im glad you enjoyed reading it :)
anonymous ( -- Saturday, December 24 2005, 05:56 pm

osta lowan?

pandrew hedna? marow de?
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