Kill a love

Aa Harvey

Kill a love

 

 

There are times when I feel like just leaving you alone,

But there are times I don’t want to be here all on my own;

But I know if we keep on, keep going on,

I can be right there with you when things go right

And when things go wrong.

 

 

I hang out with the losers and the freaks;

I love those people, they are just like me.

Why are you so cruel? 

Why did you treat me like a fool?

Why do I care about anybody in this world?

 

 

I’m going to see you as a star and pick you apart.

I love you with all my heart, but to destroy is to create art.

To kill a love is to tear apart a connection.

One plus one equals love; this is what they call a misconception.

 

 

One plus one equals the possibility of two equaling love,

But it is not a definite answer to the question.

What happens when you put two people who love each other together?

I’m sorry the answer is not they stay together forever.

 

 

Kill me please; my life is a tragic comedy,

Written by the Devil and acted out by Jim Henson.

Love was my all, now it is just another word.

I have become the killer of love; I have become another version.

 

 

Version 2.0, the new me I became.

I have changed from lover of love to the death of hearts.

I live in a hole of endless pain.

I must kill love; I must banish it to the stars.

 

 

(C)2016 Aa Harvey. All Rights Reserved.

 

  • Author: Aa Harvey (Offline Offline)
  • Published: January 9th, 2020 15:09
  • Category: Love
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Comments1

  • Evergreen

    I can really feel your pain in this write. Losing the one we love feels like losing a limb. I’ve been where you are. I’ve felt hopeless and lost and alone. Just when you think you’ve lost your everything, that you’ve lost “the one”, keep your head held high and learn to love yourself. When you lose love you need to be able to recognize it’s not your fault. Things happen for a reason. Stay strong, you got this.



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