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Did You?

Updated on June 24, 2010

 Did you ever think of me when I was home alone?

Did I ever cross your mind when you weren't home?

Did you ever want to hold me, just because I needed you there?

Did you try show me that you loved me, or even that you cared?

Did you ever see the pain and tears you caused me over the years?

Did you ever soothe my heart or try to calm my fears?

Did you notice my heart, the one that you broke?

Did you see my agony, as my dreams went up in smoke?

Did you think about me, when out with your friends?

Did you even notice it was coming to an end?

Did you ever love me, I doubt you ever did?

Did you see the hurt on my face when lied, time and time again?

So now I'm left to wonder what it all really meant,

the the time we spent together, the time I wished we'd spent.

The love, the lies, the pain, what was it all for?

I wonder if you feel it now, now that we're apart.

Did you notice I was gone when you walked in the door?

Did you read the note I left saying I can't take anymore?

Did you notice there was no one there, the one that really cared?

Did I really ever matter to you or was I really never really there?

 

 

 

 

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    • Twice2104 profile image

      Twice2104 6 years ago

      Hi Chris

      Read and appreciated. Thanks for sharing! I also write out my feelings. Great way to make sense of it all. Sometimes just too many thoughts are coursing through ones mind. To stop some of the chaos I write. Sometimes I blog depends on the mood I'm in.

      Kind Regards

      Twice

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      christalluna1124 7 years ago from Dallas Texas

      PM,

      My dearest reader, again thank you for your comment. I am so happy you enjoy poetry..it is from the heart, an expression of all that we hold dear. Painful, sensual, and filled with a longing for understanding.

      warmest regards,

      Chris

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      pmccray 7 years ago from Utah

      I tasted your pain in this poem. Beautifully sad if that makes sense. Rated and shared.

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      christalluna1124 7 years ago from Dallas Texas

      To all of you who have taken the time to read this poem...I hope that you can feel the emotional pain with which it was written. Sometimes it is easier for me to let my feelings out in poetry or a story. i am so glad for your taking the time out off your day to read my hubs. I appreciate each and everyone of you.

      warmest regards,

      chris

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      Shona Venter 7 years ago from South Africa

      Words from the heart. Thank you Chris :-)

      Voted up

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      Eileen Kersey 7 years ago from Kingston-Upon-Hull

      Good way to get these feelings of your chest.

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      Ruby Jean Richert 7 years ago from Southern Illinois

      A great poem of lost love, been there,done that,don,t wany to do that anymore, too much pain.Glad you,re back writing, missed you.

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      Cassandra Mantis 7 years ago from UK and Nerujenia

      Gosh, how do you mend a broken heart after it has been broken? This is a wonderful poem, and we all feel terrible when it happens to us. The period after is one in which we reflect on cause and origins and even repeated events, and how we can "fix" some things. But in the end we are all human and still we risk things for love of another person. As time passes, it gets a little easier to deal with it, although the pain doesn't go away. Interesting hub.

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      DebsW 7 years ago

      that's a wonderful poem, it's sad that so much great art is based on heartbreak..

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      heart4theword 7 years ago from hub

      Great poem, of reflection! So much of the time, men (some women), don't realize the good they had in a relationship, until they split up. To bad it hurts so much, when things don't work out. Great Job:)

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      hubber-2009 7 years ago from India

      nice poem..

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