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Emotions of a Broken Heart - a poem
To move on, I must let go! To be free!
To not to have nothing, while having everything. Every tear that I cry, your smile is inside.
Slowly I burn from the inside out because loving you is...Blinding me....
With hatred! Uninhibited hatred, smothering.
The desperate hunger to be loved. I try to smile the way I once did.
I had anything and everything to lose before I had anything.
To hide before I knew the tears. Desire.....I now cry!
Even in its widest of tantrums.....
...can neither persuade me it is love, nor stop me from wishing it were...
My weakness is loving you; it is a sporadic condition. a chemically imbalanced addiction.
Begging for forgiveness that I cannot give. So bitter......So angry.......So full of hate....
So repetitive..... Again and again.....
Every tear that I cry, your smile is inside.
DeJaVu... I've felt this once before when loving someone!
...is blinding me with hatred; (Towards you or towards myself)
My weakness is loving you.
Be done with the past. Let go. Don't cling to the sporadic condition. A chemical imbalanced addiction.
You pick wisely, but you lose anyway!
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