Brie Carter

(March 12,1994 / Dalton)

The Hardest Part....Is Letting Go


Once there was a boy and a girl
Both with broken hearts
All alone inside their hearts
Souls worn from the rough winds of life

One day as destiny would have it
They met......
Time flows by as they both become close
She bleeds her past to him
Hurt and lone
She reaches out for to hold her

All the boys life he had to fight to live
Keeping what feeling he had a secret
'Trust no one' was in his mind
But this girl, so hurt was so beautiful on the inside
He fell in love and embraced her

Months later the girls wounds heal
Slowly forgetting the boy
She fell in love with another

The boy, who was dying on the inside
His heart not understanding what was going on
Was left with a new pain that was imprinted in his heart

Betrayed and alone again
He knew what was coming, but hoped
It would never happen

He had to let her go.

Submitted: Monday, October 06, 2008

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  • Madison Yeater (4/1/2009 7:15:00 AM)

    wow, i have to say, it is very hard to let someone go... and the pain is unbelieveably terrible.
    but we all find someone anew, who will take care of you, and treat you as somethinng of value. one who is willing to love you for who you are inside and out, as so wiht this girl in your poem.
    really nice job. (Report) Reply

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