Agata Konopka

(September 30,1988 / Poland)

Biography of Agata Konopka

I am a hopeless dreamer and romantic although the former is more obvious, as it is contained in many of my poems. My poems are mostly reflections of my life, the struggles of adolescence, as well as my desperate confusion as to my thoughts on Catholicism, which is a large part of Polish culture. They are all dedicated to my best friend who I will always miss and love although my life goes on. IF ever she happen to glance upon my words after years of sepereation, I hope they offer her some consolation.

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Missing You

Hurt by a notion in the mist
Jaded by the former bliss
Dreaming of all we used to be
Memories of being free
Missing you is all that’s true
The way we used to be
Before the day you were taken from me
Before they shaded your eyes and blinded you
Oblivious to my love

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