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James Branson

Rookie (6-18-70 / Philippines Island)

So Far Gone


Emotion runs deep the memory of you runs steep.
The last vision I have of you, I do not want to keep
I drink myself to sleep to forget the image of your face
My life has become a paradox I found myself stuck in the same place
Your ghost I chase. Want to let go but my heart holds on to a illusion

So Far Gone

I fight and I try but I can not say goodbye
Every night I cry and wonder why did you have to die
I try to hide set my feelings to the side
The stress is to high my heart is heavy my soul is torment
Trying forget the last night we spent together
the imagine of your face haunts me your love wants to hold on but it
is hard to on to a illusion

So Far Gone

I wish you were still here right next to me
The thought of you being gone I can not believe
Everything has become surreal The image of you in my head
will not stay still, I feel lost and confused
my heart has been abused.
Does god get amuse, over broken hearts and lost souls
I want to let go but your love is so strong
but I realize it is hard to love something that is

So Far Gone

Submitted: Wednesday, April 17, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, October 02, 2013

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This poem is about someone who lost a love one and can not forget them. I was listening to sad music all instruments and just started writing.

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