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Soliloquy of A Demented Mind (Epilogue Side B)

For you I am dying
I am thine
I do not want to worm my way into your affections; neither do I want to inveigle myself to your heart
So I chase after you onerously
But even if I win your love it would be a pyrrhic victory because I would have lost so much energy
And that’s the worst part

This poem is a message in a bottle cast atop the deep blue
I hope it reaches you; I hope it finds you
I hope it floats on your blood through veins and arteries and ventricles to your heart
I’m thinking of all the felicitous things I could say to make you mine
Coz this is Agape love so Divine
And I’m not speaking to this songs beat
I’m speaking to a heartbeat my heart beat
These emotions are true no histrionics or cloying or affectations
But without hesitation
You say I’m just a friend
Which makes me melancholic as I paint the sky with sighs,

Because I wanna be more than “eh he’s just a friend”
I’ve been here before this is de ja vu
You do not love me but still I love you
Violets are blue;
Roses are red
From this point onwards I’m going 2 spit off the top of my dome straight from my head
Understand that without your love I’m worse off than dead
I’m a walking corpse
a walking corpse
So save me:
Save me from myself coz I am dwelling in a pit,
Wallowing in agony and mysery; and the only company I have is solitary
So there’s no one to comfort me
Without your love I’m lost
Ther’s no love lost
But without your love I’m lost
There’s no love lost.

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Structured: Western
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This is the second part of my first ever spoken word poem. You can listen to if here.
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