Rose Sheila Garay

Rookie (Houston, TX)

Broken - Poem by Rose Sheila Garay

these hands long to feel your touch.
these arms feel useless with out you there to occupy.
theses arms are but to warrires, with no war to fight.
there usefulness ended the day you walked away.
every morning i would wake,
i knew why my heart beat,
i knew why my lungs took in every breath.
but sence you've gone,
the porpous to it all seems lost.
I Thee Love.
such simple three words.
If had i ever known, just how much i would miss that phrase.
I would have never let you go.
Its been a week now,
sence you walked away.
and my body still craves to feel you again.
A simple touch,
the caress of your kiss,
I wish i knew, without you,
it would hurt like this.
Such simple things i took so forgranted.
Never would i have imagined i would give all to have back.
your eyes gave me meaning,
your arms gave me a release i never had.
there is no realease now, no meaning to go on.
my strenght faulters now with each passing day.
i envy you
and your hands, now clean of me.
with not a one tear shed.
I know you breath easyer now with me.
Is it easyer to sleep knowing im not there?
Beacasue my world crumbled the day you left.
I know your never comeing back.
This gapeing hole inside me will never heal.
I walk with the knowlage of how i wasted your love.
i never apperciated the simple things you gave.
Your gental arms will never hold me again,
And your kiss has found others to caress.
Oh dear love, how i would give all,
For your love to be mine again.


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Poem Edited: Thursday, June 9, 2011


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