TITLESS

I always thought
my final resting place
would be in a kingdom by the sea

with nobody to attend the flower laying ceremony
but you and me
My priest, My caretaker, My mourner, My beast

A ceasefire was agreed as a prelude to full peace talks
(again)

Oh damn!
until

she drove you mad
you shot me dead but buried me
long before when
alive and kicking

laid me in a marble orchard
of your venomous words
and killing my trust

you died with me

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Author: Blogging_with_Bojana

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107 thoughts on “TITLESS”

  1. Good morning, dear Bo, and congratulations on this excellent piece of intimate poetry.Not only its chosen words are right, well spaced for utmost emotional impact but the length too ( know what I mean?) I missed you a lot so I will start to follow you again. Today day I saw a German flag in my statistics and I longed for those happy times when you still loved me. What a pity they’re gone. C’est la vie. Buh, Buh, (crying) Happy New Year to you and your family. Arrivederci!

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    1. (Good evening) My of my! To what do I owe the pleasure?
      Non, c’est ne pas la vie, c’est vous. Que préférez-vous? Une claque ou un baiser?

      Merci pour le compliment. Bon retour.
      Joyeuses fêtes à vous aussi.

      I’m surprised you liked this one btw since you’re a romantic. If you scroll down to the previous one, you’ll see what I mean.

      Buona giornata, dottore.

      P.S. Did I hear s’il te plait?

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      1. Ha! About time you girls recognize that gender or genders. Do you want to know how I came to respect them too? It was a rainy, cold night in Mar del Pata twenty years ago and as I was cruising the deserted streets in my Mitsubishi, I suddenly noticed that, half-concealed in a lugubruously lighted street corner, there was… Well, I ‘ll continue another day.

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      2. Victoria, this is Dr. Laplume. He has some interesting stuff to say on EMOTIONAL FRUSTRATION with women (under List of contents). I’m sure you’ll find him intriguing to say the least (and humor, that is, when he’s in a good mood).
        Mario, Victoria is a very perceptive writer, often writing about the relationship between men and women, so why don’t you visit her blog?

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