Love, Longing, Regret - Poem by Michelle McKay
The thought of you, it makes me weak, the torment my mind brings with every blink, I try to forget, to fulfill the emptiness, the sorrow that haunts my dreams,
Your face is burned into the back of my eyes, my heart is broken and my soul cries, I lost the love that was there for so long, and now I'm lost and don't know where I belong,
We had a future, a life, it would have been good, but I left, disappeared, without a word,
my mistakes revolve in the back of my mind, like a Ferris wheel lost in time, I wish I could go back, to correct my wrongs, to be with you where I belong,
I realize now that I am regretfully broken, how bad I hurt you, how great we could have been, its too late to say I'm sorry, my words fall on deaf ears, my sorrow is mine to keep along with all my tears.
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