Les Campbell

A Day In April - Poem by Les Campbell

Take a deep breath and slowly let go, today was nothing more but a glimpse of what tomorrow might bring. Smile away the hurt and feel that inner discomfort wash away.I laugh to hide my pain, I swear to fight off disappointment. There's no one left to trust. My life has been under
scrutiny with no end in sight.
Pass a bottle of good memories, perhaps
i'll find answers within the pleasurable contents.
Lost love, broken promises, and uncertain futures. They cling to me
like scars that will won't heal, bleeding from recurrences that are
bound to resurface, a pain that will never subside.
How do you go on when whats ahead is something that just leaves you empty...I can't explain it but i don't know what to feel when i see her. Anger perhaps but more frustration. The smugness in her face, the absolute bullshit that comes out of her mouth. The chaos that she makes me go through! I hate that i want to see her, I hate the fact that my life has been turned into its present state. I've got to get it
together! Just a couple of months and she'll be but a memory, A memory of love, never realized.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, April 24, 2006

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