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Vasco M. Resendes

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Lost Love, Prisoner Heart


The sadness in my voice
Caused by love
What to do
Is to yell and scream
When she left
time stood still
And never came back
Now seconds turns to minutes
Minutes to hours
Hours in to days
Days in to weeks

My heart feels like a prisoner
Without any parole
No jail I’ve been in
made me feel A prisoner
like the prisoner of my heart!
Even in prison I had more freedom.
then the freedom of this heart.
We can not go to
the Heart and soul
to stop the aching memories’
that causes the heartache and pain.

Why is it
when love leaves
it never came back
Let’s not forget that the sun
returns every morning!
Return my love! !
Come back! ! !

Submitted: Wednesday, December 10, 2008
Edited: Monday, April 06, 2009

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