Discarded on a Sun-filled Sunday by Jessica Ni Leacai

Discarded on a Sun-filled Sunday by Jessica Ni Leacai

You discarded me, that sunny Sunday, when skies
soared with shades of blue and candescent rays, wrongfully,
robbing my eyes of joyful  jubilees, you sent apologetic answers,
venemously,  I vented vicariously, aiming syllables ardently in defiance

So this seemed, as some soliloquy, as if walls would respond,better,
you mentally melted, and me, attentiously armed, intents inhibited
and refutes of responsibility, rupturing any remedial recourse, contact cutting wrangled wires, severed are our bodies, sufficatingly sored

In harrowing hours, how they haemorrhaged,hollowed holes,
pulsating pounding, and you thinking I, horrifyingly, hateful, being quickly
disposed, impaling ventricles, like paper picked up from littered lawns,
no concern kept nor shamelessly shown as if dedication deemed undesired

No empathy emphasised, did you administer, no antidotes for this poison,
in effect, instead, abhorred anxieties, wrenching, writhing,
warping aspects of ache into morbidness, miserable meanders,
and I losing myself meticulously, plagued by permissable pains of you

 

This poem can be read on poetry.com- http://poetry.com/poems/87894

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About jessienileacai

Irish speaker and artist. I love music, art, languages,literature, history, travel, photography, and comedy. I love Ireland, my heritage, the old ways and the beauty and people of this small island and its surrounding tiny islands
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2 Responses to Discarded on a Sun-filled Sunday by Jessica Ni Leacai

  1. redplace says:

    I love this. Beautiful words.

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