Dead: Heartbreak And Guilt - Poem by Josiah Falade
Dirge of the midnight
Sadness in every word
Pain pumped in the heart
She curse the day she fell in love
Darkness in the sunshine
Madness in the moonlight
Tears of a lifetime
Anger in the graveyard
I promised her a forever after
But... I died.
I took away her hope
Left her alone in a world so cold
Without joy, to forever mope
'Cause I died
How do I tell her to dropp that knife?
How do I tell her I'm not gone?
How do I tell her about the tiny heartbeat in her womb?
And it hurts
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