An Unheard Cry - Poem by Elizabeth Walker
Your love is indeed perfect, perfectly refined
such a love anyone would desire as I do for mine.
Closely I follow your lead hoping my life will turn around
yet I miss your footprints and stumble and fall down.
Eyes now glitter heart starts to flip,
for your love so many times do I trip.
You come around and life sound
then leave me alone and my heartache is shown.
No goodbye tonight was a pain.
You held her hand and left all my smiles I could only feign.
I want to cry, I want to yell,
I want to die, all this life is hell.
Dysfunctional, depressed, confused and lost
to get a good life back what will it cost?
Hold me in your arms until my tears don't fall
I need somebody to be my protective wall.
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