Alexander Foald


Don'T Come Back To Me - Poem by Alexander Foald

Don’t come back to me
Because the night can’t bear our love any longer
Desire, I feel so empty inside this packaged shelve
She will be the last thing I remember while I’m alive

Don’t come back to me
At all cost, your hands would only hurt this feeling more
Sometimes it’s so hard to repudiate and yield instead
Against the minds of two lovers, I can’t hold back the door

Just don’t come back to me
And move your face from my world entirely
Let’s keep what you want to promise within the lies
But not my weak fledgling feelings which scored the story

Don’t come back to me, please
Let it be what it meant to be
After all, you were the one who left me alone
Now it’s only best to really let you go


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, April 4, 2010



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