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Vagabondinmyownmind
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0 posted 01-13-2016 03:01 PM       View Profile for Vagabondinmyownmind   Email Vagabondinmyownmind   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Vagabondinmyownmind

Another Chapter closes
Another heart broken
I am alone to face the world
Destroyed emotions will haunt me forever

Another friendship lost
Another emotional cost
Which makes me feel so poor

This is not love but from a different angle
A friend who knew me faults which are many
My trust has been crushed many times before
but i continue to bare my soul
to people who matter most to me

The suffering immediately begins once they are gone
and it will last for weeks
my mind tweeks
because i am alone in my thoughts of you

I have burned loved ones before
and my secret friend, i implore
you to move on and forget about me
and don't worry about my messed up brain

This brain will haunt me forever
and it turns the level of depression
up to levels that i can only feel
and the war pushes me further into my hole

I have no one to explain this to
because of the blackness that i have cast
over my past
I am a monster of emotions

The real suffering will begin after you leave
and i try to hold onto every last second until you go...
but at what cost to myself
Lost in deep thought that i don't share with anyone

I cannot say goodbye to people
It rips me to shreds
and it makes me sleep in my lonely bed
Again, alone to fight the battle
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Boomer Styles
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1 posted 01-17-2016 11:55 AM       View Profile for Boomer Styles   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Boomer Styles

Much to connect to in your poem friend. You relate your emotions very well. Its a long, hard road and those who have never traveled it don't even know it exists.

Just you and now me.  

One ladle serves the soup that feeds the mouths of the many.

slatefamily
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2 posted 01-24-2016 04:59 AM       View Profile for slatefamily   Email slatefamily   Edit/Delete Message     View IP for slatefamily

This reminds me of some of my internal conflicts/demons.

I don't know about you, but I long for the people who can see my words and understand...or simply appreciate.

Carman

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3 posted 01-24-2016 11:23 AM       View Profile for Boomer Styles   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Boomer Styles

Words limit our ability to express ourselves, but just try to think without them.

Nothing quite like abstract offerings and then wonder why few if any understand. After all, the Tower of Babel wasn't built in a day you know.  

So are you the one on top or the one on the bottom...or are there even more at home like you?

One ladle serves the soup that feeds the mouths of the many.

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