Treasure Island

The Broken Poet


Lost Soul


I’m lost
Lost in jealousy
Lost in envy
Lost in love
Lost for a girl
I’m so lost in her
Every time I see her
I become lost in the
gaze of her eyes
lost in the wake
of her breath
im so lost for her
when she walks away
she tears a piece of my soul
out of me and takes it w/t her
soon I’ll have nothing left
soon all of the pieces
of my soul will be in her grasp
then I’ll be lost never to be found again
for if you have no soul
how can you truly be found
you cant
but go a head
Take the rest of me
Rip it out
Even w/t my soul I could never
i could never love another
as much as I love you

Submitted: Friday, September 08, 2006
Edited: Saturday, September 04, 2010
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