See what you can make of the poem that Natasha Grabau wrote. Can you find the same things that we noticed about this poem – Unbolt me. A poem with an interesting explanation.
It’s not very polite to share our thoughts on this poem before the poetess can. We decided to do so. The explanation that the poetess gave us about her poem, is below the poem.
This is an open invitation to those who feel comfortable hurting this poetess. So it seems. Or is this a challenge to come up with ways to make her open up? Not literally, no this is metaphorically speaking. It is that sharing of the deepest thoughts.
The last stanza of this poem is quite interesting. Has this poetess perhaps lost her heart and does she feel the need to have it replaced? Also, not literally, but metaphorically. Has her heart been broken and now she wants an end to this heartbreak?
What do you think?
Take me apart
See the inside
The bright and the dark
Slice me to pieces
See if you can
Remedy the creases
Set the missing part
Put into place
A beating heart
Finally, it’s time to share the thoughts of Natasha with you:
“It’s all about a girl who finds her solace in her partner. She trusts him to take care of her and give her life. It wasn’t until she met him that she didn’t have any purpose in life. She trusts her lover to see the beauty and ugly sides in her and yearns for his love.”
Isn’t that just marvellous? A great way to explain this poem and it proofs: there is more than meets the eye when it comes to poetry.
We are always interested in your thoughts when it comes to love. Feel free to share them with us!