Brad Combs

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Lost And Lonely - Poem by Brad Combs

I have Lost my way,
My way to my soul.

I have lost another day,
Another day thinking on you.

I walk a lonely road, A road of infinit nothing.
no one will understand, no one will care.

I was an object to you,
An object to cry on when all went sour,
An object to laugh at and pick on to make u feel better,
An object to disgard and destroy when you feel better.

Now i know, Now i know
Every time i helped you,
I gave a piece of myself to you,
A piece i thought might make you whole,
A piece that might provide advice in desperat times of need,

Now i know, Now i know
All that i gave you, you threw back at me in a instant,
You told me to go away and never return,
For what reason i asked my self, Why? What have i done wrong,
You tore my soul to shreads with out a secound thought,
All for the one who you say you love,

The one who cheated on you,
Lost all respect in you,
And Lied to You,

I promised, I promised
To never do any of these things to you,
I promised to treat you with the upmost respect,
To give you the world if thats what u so chose,

But i also promised a part of my self to you,
A part of my soul that must be irrelevant in your eyes, ,
For you told me to go away and never return,

I guess it was never ment to be, for i tried to be loyal and a tru friend
I never lied, I never brought shame or guilt to you,
I never cheated or had lusts for others,
But know i understand, all you want is someone else

I hope that one day when your heart is in turmoil,
After this supposed love has lied, and cheated to you,
And When the worst is upon you, that u remember one thing,
This is how i felt when You told me to go away and never return,

This poem was writen for T-a, For Without her, i wouldnt have the experience or soul to write such words on my emotions


Comments about Lost And Lonely by Brad Combs

  • Rookie Ariel Morris (5/17/2008 12:43:00 PM)

    That is a fricken awson poem man, I loved it. you should read some of me man and see what you thing of them.
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Poem Submitted: Saturday, May 17, 2008

Poem Edited: Friday, November 14, 2008


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