Joronas Temnra

Words..
2006-09-11 00:43:01 (UTC)

Life sucks.

Really. It does. I'm a stupid, stupid, hopelessly romantic,
idiotically optimistic moron. Of course my trip went well --
the universe had to set me up to get something torn out. I'd
say my heart, but it doesn't feel like anything that small.

Gods.. why is this happening? I was happy! It wasn't
perfect, but it was getting better! Now all I can think
about is that damned poem... and I don't want to experience
the end I wrote to it, but it gets harder to stave it off
every time..


He is a romantic fool,
He is a loyal friend.
He is an icy robot,
With a spider in his mind.
Who whispers, softly whispers.
“Poison is deadly, and I’d rather be alone.”

His body is alone,
But his mind has found another.
His soul was one of two,
And in her he found the other.
And still the spider whispered,
“Poison is deadly, and I’d rather be alone.”

The other, she is lost to him.
His heart is no longer whole.
His twin in spirit is gone to him,
He is broken in heart and soul.
And the spider whispered louder,
“Poison is deadly, and I’d rather be alone.”

He cannot weep alone,
He does not have the strength.
He longs to find a friend—
A friend he knows he’ll push away—
And the spider shouts triumphant
“Poison is deadly, and I’d rather be alone.”

And now he is the robot only,
His emotions cold and gone.
The spider is still in his mind,
But heart and soul are none.
He whispers when one comes to him,
“Poison is deadly, and I’d rather be alone.”

He could not weep before,
He gave his heart away.
Alone he will always be,
Alone he will always stay.
He whispers to all close to him,
“Poison is deadly, and I’d rather be alone.”

He was once a romantic fool,
He thought that love was always right.
He was once a loyal friend,
But friend he calls no one.
Still he whispers to every stranger,
“Poison is deadly, and I’d rather be alone.”

He whispers to the spider,
He whispers to himself.
He knows the spider won,
He whispers to all
Who dare come near,
“Poison is deadly, and I’d rather be alone.”

And now I weep,
Because, you see,
His tale do I,
Know well indeed,
As he is me.


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