Mystified: A Poem
Viewing our eyes,
A feeling we sympathize,
Clearing your soul,
Imagination carries me away,
We're never too old for play.
Strangers, but with a past,
I knew we wouldn't last,
I'll taste a bitter world,
Sparkle is only shine,
I'm drowning in your selfish line.
Clued in by pointless mystery,
Confusion before truth I'll see,
Walking backwards never helps,
I'll dance alone amongst the gray,
I must express there's nothing left to say.
I'll reflect in steps I took for naught,
Ponder mistakes I made and lessons taught,
My heart's polished stone, but it's still bright,
Our love is lost, it's hard to cope,
But my eyes peer forward, the skyline's hope.
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