Chantelle Clark

Rookie (Feb 7th 1991 / Toronto)

Confessions Of Reflections - Poem by Chantelle Clark

I am sitting in front of my mirror starring at my reflection thinking of how
empty it is to feel, the loss of someone as wonderful as you, is now real.

You were here but now you are gone.
I will always love you forever.
Your laughs, the tears, the smiles through the years.

Without you my life seems to take a different toll.
The compass has stopped moving where do I go?
My life has no ups or downs its stuck in a place where there are no smiles nor frowns. I miss you and I cry...

I see you standing in front of me. Its your reflection that alights upon me.
I reach out to touch you, to see if you are real!
But you reach out as if to stop me reflecting upon you.
What ever went wrong?
I know I can mend but the scars will always bind me to this end.

A tear resides on my face leaving with no grace.
Others come fast as realization dawns know you are now in the past.
You can't come back from that dreadful night, so my mind is confined to one thought tonight.
I will always love you my very best friend and remember as the past fades away in a silent goodbye, you will always reside within my life.

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  • (7/5/2006 11:34:00 PM)

    This one really touches my heart! Hang onto your memories; may they make you strong. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, April 19, 2006

Poem Edited: Thursday, July 6, 2006

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