I Don’t Want 2 Feel Anymore

broken hart   By Gary Agurries

Falling in love gives you a high

The falling part is what I don’t like

One minute your walking on the clouds

Before you know it you come crashing down


You give  up your heart

Never get it back, whole in return

Little pieces missing here and there

When ever will I Learn

They say what doesn’t kill you

Makes you stronger

I’ve had enough

I don’t want to be stronger, no longer


How much pain can I take

How many times can my heart-break

How may tears can I cry

Till my eyes are completely dry


I don’t want to feel anymore

What are feeling, really good for

Feeling hurt and your made to feel sad

Feeling good never outweighs the bad

All I know Is I don’t want to feel anymore

What are feeling really good for

I don’t want to feel no more

I wish i couldn’t feel that’s for sure


Published by Gary A

I love music and it's lyrics, my song writing days are still in me. Just a little more poetic now.

4 thoughts on “I Don’t Want 2 Feel Anymore

  1. I have just reread your poem again, Gary. I love its poetic flow with great emotional intensity and honesty, so heartfelt as I already said. It just made me think of our inner struggle as human beings as far as love and passion. On the one hand the narrator of your poem is tired of the highs and lows of falling in love even though that makes us stronger. I see the voice of the intellect speaking here, trying to intellectualise these emotions, trying to heal the wounds but, what about the heart and the subconscious? The sexual desire in us? Is repression a solution? What about falling in love with someone much younger or older than ourselves? Is it possible to repress such feelings? Does our current Capitalist system hinder our love relationships? Does online dating work? I just found a connection between your lovely poem and this post by my friend Mario Savioni. In a way, you both seem to complement each other when dealing with love and passion. This is the link: https://savioni.wordpress.com/2019/02/01/pickles-and-tarts-chapter-4/


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