Jack Daniels.

Jack Daniels,
oh how I adore you.
You listen when I ramble,
and give the warmest feeling.
When I'm with you,
I can't feel any pain.
I could do all the things I wanted,
because you believe I can.
I can always rely on you,
I can always keep you close.
I could fall asleep with you in my arms.
I'd never known such a dependacy.
I've never trusted so much.
Really, you are delicious.
The way you trickle down my throat.
I couldn't enjoy a feeling more.
But what addicitons do you feed?
You tell me to do things, Jack.
Tell me to say things,
I could never really say and mean.
You've become a poison,
slowly seeping into my subconscience.
What was is like last time I saw you Jack?
I don't really remember.
I think maybe you and I,
talked about some stuff.
I told you, what I'm doing,
what I've done.
Jack.... why would you make me do that?
I got poison ivy because of you.
I have bruises and cuts because of you.
My eyes feel like I've been crying all night.
What did you say this time Jack?
Did you talk about Dad?
Did you talk about sex?
I don't know.
I don't remember.
I must've blacked out.
I think, I'm going to stop talking to you.

by Dakota Ellerton

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