Parting Away From You
Void, restless was yesterday,
And whatever may be tommorrow,
The abrupt parting from you,
Gives me sorrow.
The day you left,
My heart shattered to pieces,
No one else can come,
And mend these crevices!
Without turning your face,
You left and went away,
My mouth stammered,
But I had nothing left to say!
You didn't leave a trail,
For me to try,
I am dumbfold,
As your memories make me cry!
Surrounded by darkness and sitting in dark,
I always hope for a ray of light,
It shall come as you,
And be soothing for my sight!
I PRAY IT MIGHT....
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