I Wore You Out

I wore you out
Like I was tired, still hunting
For the out
I wore you out
Your memory was taunting me
Until I gave you to the clouds

Hear me out


Like strings I played too hard, too fast, too many times
My chest breathes in air like water
I feel like panicking when I know
You’ve, been, inside of me

But I
Of me.

My skin shivers in the cold
But I’m laughing
I can feel the world laugh with me
It’s finished, it’s over, it’s done


In the sunlight baby, sometimes I’ll remember that you were my maybe
A ring of air, wishing there, on my left finger a future lost
The cost was only a little time.

Your name might cross my mind forever more
But you’re not my cross to bear forever more

In the sunlight I shine brighter now,
Someone is calling my name
And it sounds like a freshwater sea

I still remember your name, it’s fading slowly

I think I wore you out
3 years ago

“Let me go”
I shout it out, I whisper it

3 years ago,


Published by LughLana

Hey there. My name is Ash. Whenever I feel lost or confused, I write. This blog is a project in releasing the poetry I would have kept locked up inside, otherwise. It's pronounced 'LOU-lah-NA.' Enjoy your visit!

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