Tessa Gaoses


Whenever


Whenever I think of you as dead
I feel pain so heavy like lead
Whenever I think that you are no more
I feel this deep empty feeling in my hearts core
Whenever I think that I will never see you again
I feel this unbearable fear from which there is nothing to gain
Whenever I think of dialing your number
I feel resigned that you will not pick it up
Whenever I think that I have truly lost you for good
I feel that I am losing my mind in truth
Whenever I think that I have to accept this loss
I feel denial creep up, with the terrible agony it cause

Submitted: Tuesday, April 09, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, October 09, 2013

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