Movie Review: Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf

This movie must be in the top 5 movies that I love. The story, the acting, and just the writing itself. This is the type of story I would love to tell one day. Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton are at their best here. This is acting. You must watch this I do not care what you think of them, you must watch this movie. Mike Nichols did a great job.

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Poem: The Final Goodbye

If I were to drop dead right now, would you miss me?

I would not.

What is there to miss.

You do not like me now, and most importantly I do not like me.

I have no love, and I have none to give.

My time is not valuable, and lately I have not been feeling worthy.

I think it is best for me to go.

Do not cry.

It is not like you were going to do it anyway.

I will not be there to help you wipe them up.

Those tears would not be for me.

They would be for things you need from me.

It is my time to go, so please let me.

My heart is no longer beating, and I do not have the strength to keep this up.

This is it!

The final goodbye.

Where I will go, no one knows.

Just know this house is no longer my home.

Poem: Life’s Pain

What is wrong with me?

Why am I always in pain?

Is this what I deserve?

Am I not good enough?

I do not know, but the one thing I do know is I am tired.

The hurting just keeps coming, every day, and the cut gets deeper and deeper.

I can no longer stop the bleeding.

It lays beside me as I go to sleep.

I can taste it when I eat.

The pain has become normal, and I do not know if that is good or bad.

Will it ever stop?

At this point I do not think so.

I am starting to think that is okay.

This is all I got.

Everything that I want seems to be slipping further and further away.

 My life is no longer mine.

The pain I once feared has become my best friend.

Is this all I will ever have.

I honestly do not know.