Monday, November 8, 2010


A relationship I thought I could sustain,
Was abandoned, I had loved in vain,
Your heart shut me out with walls built,
Our dreams of a future together were spilt,

Some days I deemed my loss as good,
The sun still rose just like it should,
But when night’s windows closed,
My loneliness was exposed,

My heart remembers when you were here,
It haunts me and whispers in my ear,
“Forget her. She didn’t mean a thing,”
I know better, for you taught my heart to sing,

No one really knows what is inside of me,
If there were sympathetic ears I would see,
If someone really cared, my life could restart,
And you would finally let go of my heart.

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