What does this poem mean to you?
Was I ever hurt?
You're a magnet
A golden magnet
You keep on glowing
I keep on wanting
You keep on pulling me towards yourself
I keep on trying my best
Not to be the victim
I keep on trying
Like a bird that would be trapped in a nest, what does the wings mean?
What does it mean when you ignore my existence
I want you
Like a bee needs its honey
Like a flower needs its scent
My veins provide me blood, but why do I breath?
When was I cut?
The last time I was cut, did it hurt?
It feels like a thousand cuts over that, why don't I bleed?
- ThomasLv 77 years agoFavorite Answer
What does this mean...to me?
I see a person who wants love from someone (I keep on wanting), (I want you)
but somehow, some way, once that is achieved, you call yourself a "victim"
L8 and L9
"I keep on trying my best
Not to be the victim"
Victim of what? Sex, of succumbing to intimacy? Of wanting to say "Not"
instead of saying "Yes"
This must be a terrifying dilemma causing you to cut yourself, repeatedly,
causing hurt upon yourself.
I can't say this is a good poem, but it sure as heck provoked unpleasant
thoughts in my mind, troubling for the person in this poem whom I hope
would get help, prayers, God.