Journalist. Mother. Bunny enthusiast. Pop culture junkie.

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Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Friendship Suicide



Is this magic carpet big enough for two?
You and I, chameleon
Ghosts of faithful wounds haunt under the sun
Kisses of an enemy linger above stars
Thief/drunk/liar/shameless/coward
Their words cross my heart and cross your fingers
Tired of defending you, I retreat
In the face of truth, you told lies
The deed is done but the memory lingers

Is Richard Dawkins going to save you now?
Holiness is overrated but a god is a god
Ignore me at your own risk
I am singularly unignorable
(Put that in your dictionary)
Six million friends couldn’t save you
Even if they wanted to
Nurse the poison as affection
Until it masters your resistance


Were you always so wicked?
A canvas cracks its gorgeous mask
The spy behind with hideous eyes appears
Repulsion knows no boundaries
Swimming in oil kills you
Whispering tales trumps silence
Take a whiff of the hookah, Jasmine
Did I make her bow?
Off fires the first rocket!

Crash.


*The photo was taken from the Oil & Water photo spread for the August 2010 Vogue Italia, referencing to the Gulf Spill crisis. To see the brilliant photo shoot in its entirety click here.
**Sorry to bombard you with my emo poems. I've just been very depressed lately.

39 comments:

kristiyana shinta said...

heeyy cheer up baby,,

that pict was so amazing, so oily

Mademoiselle Frou-Frou said...

aww, that's so horrible when you get into a funk...luckily it should pass.
xox alison

ching said...

whoa. the picture is disturbing..but still so elegant. :)

thyaudaciousness.blogspot.com/

Lara Woodbine said...

Heeyyy cheer up girl, It will pass I'm sure :)
Great post.
Lara xx

Sherin said...

Ahh, that was really beautifully written though!
Hope everything works out.

FashionJazz said...

Hope you feel better soon hun : ) xxx

ViCreative said...

boah that pictures is impressive.

thanks for your note and hope to see you around soon!


Vicky
(new post: Turquoise dream & follow me)

Emilie said...

Cheer up darling!

The Trendy Fashionista said...

I hope you'll feel better soon. Remember, if life gives you lemons make a lemonade.
Your poem clearly expresses your thoughts and feelings and I like that. Thanks for sharing, it's not that easy to share poetry.

-The Trendy Fashionista
http://thetrendyfashionista.blogspot.com

JUST ME said...

The poem was great. And believe me, I'm with you ... we just got to keep pushing through right now!!

But PS: that picture kind of freaked me out.

Tights Lover said...

That picture drew me in immediately!

Bombard all you want, I love reading these. I think they're amazing.

I'm sorry to hear you've been depressed. Its definitely been that kind of summer, for some reason. I hope you do feel better soon, though!

Damsels said...

your poem is amazing .. you shoulddefinitely post them when you are inspired i love them

Zabrinah said...

I love your emo poems!!!!! They honestly help you feel better, once you get them out!

:)

Best wishes from one blogger to another,

~Zabrinah

Leia said...

I'm sorry to hear you're depressed, dear Jen. I hope things perk up for you soon!

Leia

Theonlyfashionprincess said...

Thank you for your lovely comment. I like your blog. Hope you will become a follower of my blog too?
xoxo

http://theonlyfashionprincess.blogspot.com

Sist and Sist said...

thanks for the comment! i never knew before either but you actually can't tell a difference b/t the avocado and butter :)
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Jaime @ La vie...J'aime said...

Powerful post... hope you are ok! :)

Sarah said...

This photo is brilliant but haunting.

Couture Carrie said...

Powerful post, darling!
Hope everything is okay :)

xoxox,
CC

this free bird said...

chin up. i understand...i think it's been going around lately and writing is a great way to pour it all out.

*hugs*
carrie

Ashley said...

I'm sorry to hear you've been depressed lately! Try and be upbeat...sometimes faking it for a little while helps!

xoxo, Ashley

ps - it's almost the weekend :)

Josie said...

Honey, we're always here... Hope things improve for you soon!
xo Josie
http://winksmilestyle.blogspot.com

Lisa Griffin said...

that pictures is crazy! good luck with the funk
www.indramaticfashion.com

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Malva

ASH said...

You are wonderful :)

Vintage Vixen said...

Beautiful words and great photo.
Sorry to hear of your sad feelings, honey. I wish I could jump on a plane and take you out for the day to cheer you up. xxx

v [ hobovogue ] said...

awww.

the vogue photos i feel are just poorly executed. none of the clothes can be seen properly, but at least it's artistic and is trying to get a point across...

<33 [v] hobovogue

yiqin; said...

Ah nice.

Keith said...

Thanks for sharing that with us. I love the photo and poem.

Audrey Allure said...

I thought that fashion spread was really powerful. Beautifully written poem, hope you cheer up soon!

ash said...

It'll pass,
i'm sure everything gonna be alright.
please cheer up :)

Laura Tenshi said...

Wow, that's incredibly deep, This part really got to me "Were you always so wicked?
A canvas cracks its gorgeous mask
The spy behind with hideous eyes appears"
The image haunts me now.

I actually like depressing poems better than optimistic poems, so I want to read more of these. I hope though, you'll be in a better mood soon.
Cheer up

Cafe Fashionista said...

I don't feel bombarded by your emo poems; in fact, I kind of adore them! You are extremely talented, Jennifer!! :)

Mouthwash said...

That picture is both terrifying and beautiful.

You wrote this poem? Good job! But...I certainly hope you feel better soon.

Amber
ambersmouthwash

Vanessa Deloza said...

the picture is my favorite. The poem is real. Now its a matter of making a transition. Its now or never honey

x
http://www.sweeetjanee.blogspot.com/

Benoit Blanchard said...

amazing pic

Tamanna A. Shaikh said...

I can see the depth in the poem. It is said that a true poetry is born when one's heart is in pain and this might be a proof. Whatever it is that is depressing you, I wish and pray that you feel better dear. I'm going through a very rough phase myself and it's only my friends and family who are holding me tight. We're there for you too.

Cheryl: Oh to Be a Muse said...

please get out of your depressed funk. i love your poetry, but i don't like that you have to be depressed to write it. :)

http://cherylclarke.blogspot.com

Sophia said...

Your poems rock. For some reason I feel that sad poems are the best because they show raw emotion. I love it.

xo, Sophia