You, My Love, Have Gone
Where has my love gone?
I wonder if she thinks of me each day's dawn.
Once upon a distant past, for her I lived for.
Yet now, vividly remembering our time together;
your heart hurts from me, it would be better
if I was no longer around.
Why should you live in sadness?
As long as I remain, the pain will stay.
For that reason I must go away,
though before I vanish from your life;
I wish you to be happier,
more than you have ever been with me.
My soul will rest at ease, if be
the words I have waited to hear
'I have never felt you near.'
Do you believe our hearts will forget?
Affection will replace pain, which is the intent.
Our love will nevermore be reunited.
The pain we feel in our souls will not be dismissed.
Never again, do I want to reminisce
the moment, when we were not undone.
Topic of this poem: hurt
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