Poetry with Devereaux Fraizer “I don’t mourn the dead bodies”

Hey Hi my lovelies! My name is Tanya Hooper and I post on this blog every Friday at 7pm … well, I usually post on this blog every Friday at 7pm but unfortunately this post is late. I have recently begun university and with all the craziness surrounding starting a new chapter in my life I may have forgotten to upload this amazing poem by the very talented Devereaux Fraizer. If you haven’t already do be sure to head across to his blog and check it out because if you are anything like me you will absolutely adore him. So share your love with him by sharing liking and commenting on this post and without further ado I am so very honoured to introduce this amazing poem to you …

I don’t mourn the dead bodies

but the emotions
last forever
haunting memory until we submit
to inevitable will
she always pushed me
in the right direction
even when I was wrong
she took me back
sometimes I messed up
and we both laughed
until I pushed her beyond the lights
and onto the tracks
I left before the inevitable crash
walking slowly all the way
the night become day
in a shell of my former self
did your love now lay
I fondled and groped
the murderer of your hope
I slid into her faster
than the rusty metal over your throat
there was another besides you
and we couldn’t let you in
so now after death
does your pain truly begin

TanyaTale will return on Friday in its usual time slot with a short story for you to feast your eyes upon. There will also be an announcement so do be sure to tune into the post. Until next time, have a good week.

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