The Only Exception
by Quinlan L Gibson
I can't lose you; and i can't let you go.
I can't miss you, and i can't let it show.
I 've stopped bad habits
I've stopped loving.
I've stopped caring and trying.
I don't often cry (it's my positive vibe)
I have rules and opinions.
I have standards and sins
So why must you be
the only exception?
The one that kills me.
The one that burns.
The one that's fire.
Because desire is deadly.
Author's Note: Why though?
Posted on 02/13/2021
Copyright © 2021 Quinlan L Gibson
|Member Comments on this Poem|
|Posted by Joan Serratelli on 02/13/21 at 09:28 PM|
Great read. Superb ending
|Posted by Laura Doom on 02/15/21 at 10:57 PM|
Both passion and passivity may be lethal in their own ways - then again, indifference can be a slow, if relatively pain-free death. It seems the exception rules - & good question.