Poem By Savannah Churchill

I decided to let you go today
Without a word or a sound
Not because I wanted to
Not because I needed to
Not because I had to
But rather because I became too addicted
Couldn't get enough of a fix anymore
From your needle of ecstasy
That shot rapturous intoxication into my veins

Comments about Intoxication

This poem puts us in touch with who we are how it is just as important to let go of someone we love, as it is to continue on in a state of are one hell of a sensitive poet~
often it's too much what we wished for hoped for longed for so 'cut the rope and be free' a tough poem but lovely
Wow...when a person becomes an addiction - it's time to get out! Interesting.

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