talla tragedy

Broken Without You

bleed out my love,
see me all alone,
without you at home,
breath me in,
like i breath you in,
sleep next to me,
make the stars fall on us tonight,
the wind blows the sweet words you have whisperd everynight,
you are so far away,
let the ocean brease bring me where im supposed to be,
the place of my dreams,
iis where you are right now,
i miss everything about you,
the smile,
the kiss,
the eyes that shined brighter than the moon,
broken as i am without you near,
all these years,
i'm without you here,
sadness has taken over over my shattered soul,
it's like a nightmare,
suffering for you to come back,
all i know there will be no hope,
i close my eyes,
i see your eyes,
it makes me smile,
with tears in running down,
pictures of you,
bring back the memory's come to life,
it makes me swear i will never forget you,
as the time passes by,
my love grows,
for every single moment i spend without you,
sometimes i wish i could fly,
to where you are,
but i realise,
the is no such thing as flying,
i lost my hopes,
i lost my dream,
i lost my soul,
i lost you,
the day has come,
my mind has turned upside down,
i can't take this anymore,
i want you back,
i stand here with noway back,
i will come for you,
i let go,
i turn arround,
i loose the ground,
now i do belive in flying,
when im on my way of dying,
i hit the street ground hard,
but not as hard as the pain that was hitting me inside,
i found my way back to you,
with a surprise,
my dearest love you are back in my arms,
forever is this moment now,
our souls drawn together,
now we shall rest our eyes,
stay by my side,
over the starlight sky's.

Poem Submitted: Wednesday, January 7, 2009

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Comments about Broken Without You by talla tragedy

  • Reetessh Sabrr (1/10/2009 1:34:00 AM)

    my god! this much love exasperation from a 14 year old!
    AMAZING!

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