Dear Insanity

Dear Insanity:

I’m leaving a note here.

Be my friend today,

And for the rest of the year.

Come insanity,

Leave the world with me.

I have nothing left.

I am not to be.

 

I’m going to change.

I’ll be different tomorrow.

Something must be done

To eliminate the sorrow.

Some say I’m okay,

But I have to disagree.

One option left for me,

Time to pay the fee.

 

I’m leaving

This world.

I’ll come back

As the gratified.

 

There’s no need to rationalize,

No more need for sanity.

Now I write this letter to the dark side of my mind.

 

I’ve been crazy,

I haven’t been okay.

I understand my flaws.

I right the wrong today.

Stop talking to myself!

Stop acting foolish!

I only write with I,

A sea with one fish.

 

I’m going,

Far away.

I’ll return

As a facilitator.

 

There’s no need to rationalize,

No more need for sanity.

Now I write this letter to the dark side of my mind.

I’ll be an example.

I’ll embody perfect,

When my insanity comes back again.

 

I love my

Insanity.

Can’t live with

The sane.

 

I will isolate.

Be by me and me alone.

I will change.

I will live another life.

Too late to compromise!

Eyes fall on me.

Too late to realize

I don’t belong.

 

Dear Insanity:

I’m in love with you.

Can’t be without,

And you need me too.

Lovely insanity,

Fly into the sky.

I’ll follow behind.

Don’t need a reason why.

 

They always told me I was different.

They always knew I wasn’t right.

I belong somewhere far,

Locked away.

The asylum I created,

With so many strange creatures.

Beautiful beings surround me…

All that dark insanity…

Haahaahaa!

 

I’m leaving,

Far away.

I’ll come back

As a facilitator.

 

There’s no need to rationalize,

No more need for sanity.

Now I write this letter to the dark side of my mind.

I’ll be an example.

I’ll embody perfect,

When my insanity comes back again.

 

The greatest heartbreak of my life

Was when insanity left my side.

Dear lovely insanity:

Close the holes, be my guide!

The End

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