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Lost Smile

September 3, 2009
By dark_roses14 PLATINUM, Mazon, Illinois
dark_roses14 PLATINUM, Mazon, Illinois
20 articles 0 photos 164 comments

Favorite Quote:
play the music, turn it up loud, dance around, and drown out reality

Whispered words of loneliness,
Upon these barren pages I write.
I suppose I am not the one
To help you, heal you, or love you.
I gave you my heart and
You forsake my love, discarded it.
And now, I have lost your smile, forever.
My eyes are now a dull grey
No longer flash their brilliant blue
Without your sunshine upon my face.
The music I hear is only
A faint distant memory.
Once meaningful songs
Now sung with quiet emptiness
And whispered tears in my eyes.
Comfort is the cold tile of a shower
As hot water pours over my face
Washing away warm salty tears,
The sound of the water drowning out
My whimpers and soft cries.

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This article has 2 comments.

TrinityCreed said...
on Nov. 16 2010 at 7:45 pm
A very sad poem :( But it is a good poem. Call me a fan of your works, cause I like your poetry.

on May. 19 2010 at 1:47 pm
BriarRose PLATINUM, Seneca, Illinois
24 articles 7 photos 161 comments

Favorite Quote:
I don't need a rose. I want a daisy you picked for my hair. I don't want some fancy box of chocolate. I want a pink frosting cookie you made just for me. Lets skip the upscale restaraunt and have a picnic in the park.

wow...i don't think i've ever read this one...you say what you mean clearly...i really really really like this one

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