Poem: Memories Of You

When we were together

You promised me so

That we’d be forever

And you’d never go


When you kissed my lips

My heart skipped a beat

Never thought love

Could make me so weak


Promises made

Devoid of all thought

All of those lies

I desperately bought


Places we strolled

And memories there

Like ghosts that go haunting

I just cannot bear


There is that tree

Where I carved your name

Where the happiest place

Now causes pain

“I love you” you said

Got used to those words

Now echoes that ricochet

Still in my head


Meaningless are my tears to you now

If only they mattered

If only...

Somehow

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sarcasticool 4 years ago from New Zealand Author

Yes that is true for sure.


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Express10 4 years ago from East Coast

I enjoyed this poem, I think anyone who has ever experienced this can truly relate.


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sarcasticool 4 years ago from New Zealand Author

Thanks for reading :)


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Thelma Alberts 4 years ago from Germany

Wow!!! I love this poem. Thanks for sharing.

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