Talia Felix


Dying Half


My lonely star
my shallow mortal
and my treasuring friend

Time drifted us so far apart
making us lost
and cold in heart

Time has feared us all
and made you change
And making yourself take all the blame

Making me feel like u have hurt
which left u blind
and made me alert

You have been through pain
and i can so see
See what that did to u and me

Love has gotten in the way
and sometimes it does
left u empty all the time and everyday

My sister and my only love
How change has scared me
and made me dream up above

Dream of the day when u will return
dreaming of the day when our friendship never burnt

Submitted: Thursday, February 21, 2008
Edited: Tuesday, April 22, 2008

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  • Rookie Afzal Shauq (8/14/2009 2:31:00 AM)

    Love has gotten in the way
    and sometimes it does
    left u empty all the time and everyday

    My sister and my only love
    How change has scared me
    and made me dream up above

    sure when someone is incomplete and looking for his /her second missing half to get and to be completed will think like that..and how you sweetly expressed the idea for painful half is really wonderful and heartfelt..inspired from this poem..liked it very much..well done (Report) Reply

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