fade ward

The Mender Poem by fade ward

I fell to the ground crying in pain
At the break of dawn all to me
I lost the inner me
The fire that sparked my soul
I lost my heart when I fell in pain
I fell off a cliff after the pain got me
Losing the feel for life
I lost my soul
Living in the dark
Boxed in by the shadows
I see no comfort at ease
It’s like a howling breeze in my ears
The tears of a broken hearted dream
Life to me is all but lost when
You find me and leave your mark
By mending a broken heart
You gave me comfort
Brought me of the ground
You brought back the inner me
The fire that fueled my soul
The pain went away bringing back my heart
You gave me wings when I fell of a cliff
You gave me the feel of life back
I found my soul again
Brought back from the shadows
Comfort came back to me like a blue bird on the plain
The howling breeze stopped in my ears
The tears of a broken hearted dreamer where once again restored
Life to me is all but lost when you left your mark by mending my broken heart
i carry your heart with me now side by side next to mine the heart beat of 2 mended hearts

Submitted: Sunday, June 07, 2009
Edited: Sunday, July 05, 2009
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