Big Bad Wolf

Knocking, pounding, beating

On a door that doesn’t exist

Trying to break down these walls

That hold this heart inside my chest

And even as damaged as I am

My walls won’t tumble down

This fear that keeps me here

Holds them firmly to the ground

So don’t try to rewrite the story

For you can huff and puff and blow

But never will I surrender

As long as this blood does flow

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5 thoughts on “Big Bad Wolf

  1. I don’t know you but I love you. Or at least whatever side of you this is. I’m also drunk, or at least a bit intoxicated. But I make love the best when I’m just slightly over the edge of too far gone. Love and making of love and the giant thrust of life that your words give me is why I always come back for more. Keep giving, keep thrusting, keep pumping this world full of your shining subconscious, which seems to me from where this fruit of your soul comes from. Utterly perfect, dear. Perfect.

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    1. Awww, you have done it again. All of this smiling that your more than gracious words make me do, is starting to give me a complex. I hope that I can always have something here for you to come back to. I get lazy sometimes, but I write when an overwhelming feeling hits me, usually when I am alone, or feeling lonely. I have lots of stuff that is unfinished, maybe someday I will finish them so you have something more to look at. But I do have lots of previous poems that you may enjoy just as much if you so desire to look through them. My soul sings songs of heartache. Thats what I am good at.

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  2. I’m kind of addicted to you and what you write. As long as you keep writing, I’ll keep reading. I do still need to make my way through your older stuff, which I will do. Nights or days when I’m feeling restless and needing something to do, I’ll spend some time getting my fill of Laciejay πŸ˜‰ I’ve known my fair share of heartache too, which might be why you speak to me so well.

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