I Hate When I Am Loving You

Break Up Poems

Break Up Poems

 

Why don’t you leave?
My thoughts, my home?
Desert, run and flee-
my heart an icy stone.

Turn my memories into ashes.
Burn them and make me forget!
Your eyes, hair, hands and lashes.
Your whispers, the words you said.

Bring the winter, whirlwinds of fire
inside my shelter, destroy each desire
I have ever had and every dream
of never-ending summer I’ve seen.

I hate you and I love you every day,
minute, season and I just want to say
“Leave my crystal palace and let me die”
when the sun is dead and my tears dry.

 

more by DIMITAR DIMITROV

photograph by Leeroy

 

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  • Radi

    Strong!!

  • The pathos of a jilted lover. Powerful.

  • Mitroffsky

    Thank you, guys! I really wanted to tell my own way with my own colors in it.

  • Georgi Karlovski

    Vivid, full of intimacy and distance, pure poetry!