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Trying to Mend a Broken Heart

Updated on July 16, 2013

Her heart seemed frozen

In a moment of time

From that day

When he went away

From the time when she swore

That no one would break her heart anymore

He came unexpectedly

And just as surprisingly

He began to melt her heart

But love takes time

And she couldn’t find the words

To tell him what she truly felt

And so there were times

When the long silences

Made him wonder

What was on her mind?

He’d been searching

For a love of his own

Having strayed far

From the mountains of Colorado

That was his home

To the shores

Of L.A. and the California sun

When he met her

He knew that it was time

To let love into his heart again

But he had to know

That she’d let him

Take her to the mountains

That beckoned him back home

So they shared their new found love

Passionate moonlit nights

That refreshed both of their souls

But as he spoke to her of love

She remained silent

Still unable to feel free

He began to wonder

If she cared as much for him

Finally the longing for home

Overtook his heart

And he decided that she

Would never return his love

It was only the day

That she found his letter

Telling her that their love

Was not meant to be

That home called to him

And that he was tired of roaming

So he’d search for love

Somewhere else

But he’d never forget

Her lovely face and laughing eyes

It was at that moment

That the ice all melted away

And she realized how wrong she had been

It was then that she knew

She had found a new love

And that now he was going away

She thought fast

And she thought quickly

Grabbing a taxi to the airport

Only to see the plane

But a speck in the sky

She caught the next one

Holding his address

Tight in her hand

She’d never seen mountains

Living by the ocean

Was the only home she had ever known

And when she reached Denver

Everything took her breath away

He had just reached home

With a heart that was heavy

Wondering if he’d ever find the right love again

Wondering if he should forgive

The woman who had struck the fatal blow

Brooding and deep in thought

He watched the sun fade from the sky

Settled on the porch

To wait for the new dawn

That was when the taxi pulled up

And he leapt to his feet

And there she was before him

Just as lovely and precious

As she had seemed to him

He held out his arms

And she held on tight

There were no words needed

Their hearts had both found a home


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      Anna Haven 3 years ago from Scotland

      I love how your poetry tells a full story.

      Your characters become real and we share their lives for a little while; feeling what they feel.

      Voted up and beautiful.


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      wetnosedogs 3 years ago from Alabama

      Very sweet. I love happy endings.

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      Bill Holland 3 years ago from Olympia, WA

      You did it again, Rasma! You tell a story as well as any poet I've read, and you do it consistently. Well done!

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      PurvisBobbi44 3 years ago from Florida

      This is a winner---loved it. Happy endings are always winners with me.

      I voted up, awesome and beautiful.

      Bobbi Purvis

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      Vinaya Ghimire 3 years ago from Nepal

      You have explored love and longing very beautifully. Sharing this poem on social media.

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      Gypsy Rose Lee 3 years ago from Riga, Latvia

      Glad you enjoyed this Anna and thanks for the vote.

      Happy endings are the best wetnosedogs.

      Glad you enjoyed this Bill.

      Glad you enjoyed this Bobbie and thanks for the vote.

      Glad you enjoyed this Vinaya and thanks for the share.

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      Randi Benlulu 3 years ago from Mesa, AZ

      Lovely! So glad it had a happy ending! Thank you!

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      Richard Ricky Hale 3 years ago from West Virginia

      Gypsy, very beautiful and touching. Love the ending. As always, a great poem for a GREAT poem writer. Voted up, awesome, beautiful, and shared. Hope all is well Gypsy, I don't get around like I use to. Hopefully I am back for good. Best wishes to you.

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      Thomas Silvia 3 years ago from Massachusetts

      Very beautifully done my friend, it was a pleasure to read !

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      Sparklea 3 years ago from Upstate New York

      Oh, how I LOVED this, and especially the ending, and I could feel the emotion throughout! THANK YOU for a wonderful it true? Was it you? Just wondering! Voted up and awesome! Blessings, Sparklea :)

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      Mary Craig 3 years ago from New York

      Such a beautiful love story. I agree with everyone here, it is amazing how you tell such stories in your poems. You make poetry interesting and the appy endings are heartwarming.

      Voted up, beautiful, and awesome.

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      Gypsy Rose Lee 3 years ago from Riga, Latvia

      Glad you enjoyed this btrbell.

      Glad you enjoyed this and Ricky it's wonderful to hear from you. Thanks for the vote and share.

      Glad you enjoyed this Kashmir.

      Sparklea no this situation was purely imagined but I have been in a situation where I did have to take matters in my own hands to turn things around however I didn't have to fly anywhere. Thanks for the vote and blessings to you.

      Glad you enjoyed this Mary and thanks for the vote.

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      Wayne Barrett 3 years ago from Clearwater Florida

      Great narrative, Rasma. Thumbs up!

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      Gypsy Rose Lee 3 years ago from Riga, Latvia

      Glad you enjoyed this Wayne. Hope you're having a great weekend.

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