Shaded Memories

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    Shaded Memories

    What if I wanted to crawl?
    To shun this world away...
    Couldn't you let me disappear?

    Seeing you now.
    I can feel the ash from my heart
    filter to my lungs.
    Forgive me if my words are short.

    You will always be a part of me.
    In my red abyss. My imagination...
    Follow me down.

    But damn you, I will not give in.
    I will not bow,
    or hide behind a fake goddess.
    I will stand up and face my shaking
    reflection
    that resides in your eyes.

    I cannot hold on.
    My grip grows weak,
    and you feed upon my flaws.
    But I will remember you,
    as you are.

    You are precious to me,
    even though
    I could do better.

    Now burry me
    in your thoughts of our love.

    By: Brandi Deacon
    2010

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    Krystle commented on Shaded Memories

    03-18-2010

    Again amazing your a very talented poet. Thanks for sharing such a marvelous write for others to be able to enjoy!

    BringMeBullets

    03/18/2010

    Thank you so much! :D

    dahlusion commented on Shaded Memories

    03-17-2010

    "I will stand up and face my shaking reflection that resides in your eyes." — this line made my jaw drop, my heart heated up, and my mind felt like a shot of bourbon just hit it. This poem is as real as poetry gets. With this one, you have declared your voice.

    dahlusion

    03/17/2010

    "I can feel the ash from my heart filter to my lungs. Forgive me if my words are short." — and lets not over-look this masterful music! Your infectious emotion laid-out here is superb.

    BringMeBullets

    03/17/2010

    Thank you, Dah. :) You are amazing.

    Jayandben commented on Shaded Memories

    03-16-2010

    This is very strong :) I am wondering what/who the one you love so cruelly is

    BringMeBullets

    03/16/2010

    He's not anyone to me. Not anymore...

    Heartbeat44 commented on Shaded Memories

    03-11-2010

    Great read! Very passionate, very powerful.You definately got talent!....(moments later)... I can still feel the passion! I love it!

    BringMeBullets

    03/15/2010

    Thank you so much! :)

    goldygirl commented on Shaded Memories

    03-06-2010

    You are very talented poet! And i just added you as a friend! I can't wait to read more of your stuff, i really like your style!

    BringMeBullets

    03/08/2010

    Thank you so much! :)

    Poetry is what is lost in translation.

    Robert Frost (1875-1963) American Poet.

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