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Once Broken, now Bent

Never had I thought missing you would leave me breathless,
Leave me hopeless and shaking,
Yearning for a love that will never be given in this lifetime. 136 more words

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To Breathe Again

I talk to you but you refuse to listen,
Thinking your experience and knowledge outweigh my own,
When neither is enough to help us through our current predicament. 185 more words

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Beautiful Gravestone

Sometimes I wake in the middle of the night,
And reach for a person who is no longer here.
They have long left the empty side of the bed, 372 more words

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Enticing Dynasties

The love of a king and queen is as told by kingdoms they rule,
With courted gestures and elicited caresses in the dark.
Never to shy away from the public’s eye, but cautioned to falsely advertise. 265 more words

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Beauty of the Lie

The lighting in the bar is as dim as the drink you bought me,
Lacking in all areas that matter when it comes to affairs of the heart. 341 more words

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#Samuel

You were as beautiful as the stars you set out to create,
And the cords from the harp you created sang to you,
Even as you fell from the highest forms of grace. 209 more words

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In Memory,

When my clock strikes twelve, and my time has come to a halt,
Whisper into my ear your favorite memory of us,
And grip my hand until I cannot feel the pain of an unknown tomorrow. 204 more words

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