kennedy musyoka

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The Grave Poem by kennedy musyoka

i dig a grave for the hurt i have, i wanna bury them deep and try to forget i loved,
id dig a grave to conceal what to you i have,
a love unmatched but you dont think iam,
I go to the graves coz its the place you want,
only love them more coz affection and hurt you they dont,
Ill seal my grave with this pain i have,
am blind to all things that breathing beings do and,
I dig a grave to hide there girl, if thats what you want so i get your love,
It puzzles me when you'd better have,
someone in the graves as your
better half,
It takes alot to forget the ones we had,
but their love in our heart
will never fade,
Id dig the graves to give you what you want,
someone you loved and
will never have,
Someone i duel with in ma
someone that dwells in ma
nightmares girl,
Ill dig a grave to hide my
since i mean nothing to you till
im gone my love,
Ill seal that grave with the pain
and joy,
for my love for you girl i
enjoyed and hurt...

Submitted: Friday, June 29, 2012
Edited: Thursday, July 05, 2012

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a poem i wrote to a lady i loved but that couldnt let go of a past relationship where the guy had passed away

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