Nakesha Banks

A Day In The Life Of A Broken Heart - Poem by Nakesha Banks

It's been a week and her tears have stopped
although she no longer expects his calls it still hurts alot
the nights have gotten easier nevertheless he's still on her mind
Its so hard for her to forget his huges, his kisses and all the fun times
the story plays out in her mind day after day
what happened? where did we go wrong? what made you not want to stay?
Though she can smile about it now the pain is still real
shes flustrated with the situation and hates how she feels
to want something so bad and know it doesnt want you back
she yearns to call and express what she feels but she is afraid of how he will react
though her heart is broken, her spirit is not weak
her love won't let her give up on all she knows they can be
but as time moves on she knows she has to do the same
she realizes that if its meant to be theres no need to play these silly games
and instead of remembering the things he said, she focused on what he did
remembering that kiss he left upon her fore head that he thought she didnt feel but she did
her day consist of her regular routine, thoughts of him and every now and then she may sing
when the day is over she lays down and goes to sleep so she can dream of him!


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Poem Submitted: Monday, November 12, 2007

Poem Edited: Sunday, April 24, 2011

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