You Can’t Hurt Me Anymore.

Published June 25, 2012 by largemargeuk

You can’t make me feel
the darkness
that used to crowd around me
as I lay awake at night
I don’t know why
I gave you
that power. But I’m
taking it back. You can’t hurt me
anymore.

You can’t cloud my
decisions
with your memories and
thinly veiled threats.
I don’t understand
how I thought you
could do that. But you can’t
again. You can’t hurt me
anymore.

I am taking off for
the heart of the
sun and I am going to
shine and blaze.
From this moment on,
you are gone
and forgotten. My life
is now mine. You can’t hurt me
anymore.

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15 comments on “You Can’t Hurt Me Anymore.

  • Cool hit, LM, I get surrounded by tiny minded power vampires daily, too. It;s all vanity and bullshit projection – and, like this poem says, it so easy to pull the plug on them!

  • Cool shit, LM, I get surrounded by tiny minded power vampires daily, too. It’s all vanity and bullshit projection – and, like this poem says, it so easy to pull the plug on them!

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