No Answer


i call out to you
you dont say a word
i cry out your name
you stab me with a sword

you say nothing
i dont hear your voice
i fall on my knees
knowing i have no choice

you have left me
alone and so cold
you no longer warm me
as i silently fold

into a black rose
used and old
with no place
to call home

i no longer feel you
you have gone away
its as if ive been left
and i have been replaced

i know you exist
for i have heard you trice
you have a gentle voice
and i have left you twice

you finally gave up though
for your no longer here
i am so sorry about what i did
and i wish you were near

i know i am done
you no longer care
you have gone your way
me and you will no loner share

our conversations
our laughs
our ways
of having fun

but God
i love you with all my heart
im sorry
for doing what i did

i ask your forgiveness
i ask for your word
i ask taht you simply
say one word

BUT I GET NO ANSER!!!!!!!!!!!!! IM DONE,,,,,,,
  • Author: Lonelykaren (Pseudonym) (Offline Offline)
  • Published: January 25th, 2011 14:05
  • Comment from author about the poem: i got no answer i was tired of waiting i guess
  • Category: Unclassified
  • Views: 57
  • User favorite of this poem: Cheeky Missy.
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  • john

    interesting... i don't understand the sword stabbing part though in the first stanza lol. what does it mean? makes me wonder what the line "i am so sorry about what i did" means. so also, who left who? i like the energy. good poem.

    • Lonelykaren

      Stab me with a sword. means that he practically ignoredme that it felt like i had been stabbed since it hurt so much. and

      i am sorry about what i did means. that i feel bad that i did bad stuff tht i wasnt supposed to do. i cut, purged and starved myself because of the lonelyness i felt and how fat and ugly i also felt.
      i did messed up things that i regret.
      Hope thAT answers ur question. THanks for commenting..

    • Cheeky Missy

      It is excellently expressed...except that you seem to bounce from one character to another, for God never shares laughs or conversations and yet the poem concludes with waiting on Him. Then don't let impatience win the day, and don't dictate the response you in the Bible to see how God answers, who He answers, what, and when...while you are waiting...remember Daniel 9 and 10, Ps 105:4, John 9:31 and the Lord....evermore.

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