Shattered

3489010637_f91ef60583_o

“I desire to be in love like a fool once more.”

Words such as those, bring forth feelings of foolishness. Nothing more ridiculous, yet desirous by means of defying all odds; To be in love. Hearts race, sensations of frivolity, with erogenous unadulterated relations. Drowning in dopamine stealing away common sense to rash decisions.

Smiling at reminisces of smiles and soft impassioned lips as hands converge. Pining for the very thing that is lost, commands pleas of stipulations as designation of someone’s very existence once more. To be adored and treasured once again. Though the request is too great.

“Have I surpassed the excessive allotment of love one is to 
have in a life time? And now, now must life be void of all 
affection?”

Positioned on the floor, as fundamental nature descends when tears create a river. Obsession over the addiction has seized sanity. Begging for peace, serenity if you will for desire to be sanctified with tenderness from another who loves unconditionally.

“That loves me!”

Recalling times with ill-fated lovers, souls unrest is its own. Love subsisted in perfection. Endured steadfast and worshiped as if one was crafted for the other.

“So what if fate’s tested?  Fate acts like a spoiled child 
with a rotting spirit! Fate is nothing therefore I am 
nothing!”

 


7 thoughts on “Shattered

      1. Just friended you. Thank you for the analysis of my writing they are superb and I love your writing. Good to meet you here. I shall be reading you. Xxx

        Liked by 1 person

  1. Like the poem, but in reality it would be hard to love the bitter and desperate soul. If you bought a used car you would still hope for a little of that fresh new car smell. So it is with love, we all know that life is hard and full of woes and terrors but we do not wish for someone to willow with, but they who make us forget it by their wonder and joy. If you want love embody the strength and power of love and it will be reciprocated in time like a slow reflecting mirror.

    Liked by 1 person

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s