Poem #6: The Weight of Regret

Note: The poem was originally posted on my Patreon account on July 15th of 2018. I am currently posting a new poem to my patreon account each day for patron exclusive reading and on this blog one week later for public viewing. If you’d like to see these poems when they are first put up then please consider pledging to my patreon page.

The heavy weight of regret
The pain bared every second I waste staring into the space as of yet
Occupied by insane sorrows too inane to explain
The groves of my mind shatter my spine in due time
The sign of expiring too soon to desire too late to inspire
Too upset to build my empire of mounds upon wire
And dead in the dirt of which I lay broken and hurt
Burned by the flames of Surt this searing sunburn
Upturns towards motionless adjourning
Tossing and turning
for the one I broke
to fix me.
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