Gwenevere Cornwell

Rookie - 0 Points (March 24,1997)

Lost Without You


Without you, I'm lost
Like I'm all alone
No matter the cost
I must get home

Like I'm all alone
The world is silent
I must get home
No one knows where I went

The world is silent
I wish you were here, but
No one knows where I went
My life's in a deep rut

I wish you were here, but
I just can't think
My life's in a deep rut
You're the missing link

I just can't think
No matter the cost
You're the missing link
Without you, I'm lost

Submitted: Thursday, July 03, 2014

Topic of this poem: love


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  • Rookie - 126 Points Kelvin Owusu (9/10/2014 1:49:00 PM)

    always enjoy the simplicity in your piece, when we lose a loved one, regardless on the connection, whether it be, a lover, friend, family. A part of us does forever lost in a void, but one must always understand, what makes love so beautiful is that the memories, the lessons keep things alive and helps with growth depending on the situation of that love. (Report) Reply

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