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  Giving Up
by Oralya G Ueberroth
Wednesday, October 24, 2007
Rated "PG" by the Author.

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I've decided...


You’re the one who opened that door.

Now anything can crawl inside.

 

I was perfectly happy

being abandoned and rusted

Closed –

But you had to get a foot inside.

 that’s all though – just a foot.

 

Now rats and debris

Come in and out at will -

And a strangely dank wind

replaces my breath,

while I wait for you to take your next step.

 

In or out?

Were you raised in a barn?

Close the door -

from the inside

or the outside,

It’s beginning not to matter –

Just as long as it’s closed.

 

I want you to take your next step –

And then I can safely send my pawn

Into destruction,

As you wave your banner

and your new queen

In front of my face.

What exquisite misery –

To be denied by you, finally

And to be liberated to take my own step,

Even if

it leads away from you.
 




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Reviewed by Ms Beeds
Damn - I very much identify with your writing - please continue. Best, BEEDS
Reviewed by Bernice Lakota
I am glad I found you at the Den, you are an amazing writer!
Reviewed by Axilea MU
Surprisingly, this piece of poetry hasn't received any review yet.

I find the imagery interesting, speaking of an experience, yet focusing on symbolic details.

There is a time when we understand that it's time to close a door and pain will turn into deliverance.

Greetings,

Axilea
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