Sam Wild


In My Heart


In my heart is where it all did start,
In my head you were 'the one' I said,
Our troubles did cause me to rise and fall,
I thought I was the man once and for all,

In my heart is where it all did start,
In my head you were 'the one' I said,
For reasons unknown we did divide,
All along it did kill me inside,

In my heart is where it all did start,
In my head you were 'the one' I said
The memories I have of us are slowly vanishing,
Like bombs dropped on the world they're annihilating,

In my heart is where it all did start,
In my head you were 'the one' I said,
The pain I suffer from wanting to start again,
We have sporadic contact but I can never explain,

In my heart is where it all did start,
In my head you were 'the one' I said,
I bid you all the best in your entire life,
I know one day you'll make the perfect wife.

Submitted: Monday, November 26, 2012
Edited: Monday, November 26, 2012
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This is my first poem, which was written about a very special ex girlfriend of mine.

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