Josh Burnett

Rookie (Feburary 12 1987 / Germany)

Dying Love - Poem by Josh Burnett

I walk away from the only thing that I feel.
I burn myself away from what I knew to be real,
And I finally know that my fate has already been sealed.
I know that the pain could never heal.
I'm sorry that I made you cry,
And I didn't mean to try to make all the love die,
But we both left without a single goodbye,
And we don't know why.

I remeber when we could laugh and be happy,
But we both fell so hard away from the sun.
The time of our life is said and done.
I never believed that I could hurt so much.
I never would have known I would feel the dying love.

I always liked to feel your hair through my fingers as we danced,
But now when we dance it's just slaps in the face,
And I can't help but to dwell in thie terrible distaste.
I remember when I could take one look at you and my heart raced,
But now we both love to hate,
And all the tears amplify all the pain.
The smile being worn is taken away,
And we both are to blame.

I remember when we could smile and love,
But we both fell so hard away from the fun.
The time together is said and undone.
Now it's a struggle you push and I shove.
I never would have known I would feel the dying love.

Why can't we break away from the tears of the world?
And just try to share this dance again hand in hand?
We can fight it through and try to understand.
Why love is colored in shades of grey.
Baby please forgive us of our mistakes,
And let's try to start all over again.

Can we laugh together and try to have fun?
Let's try to get back into the light of the sun.
Let's make the time of our life said and not gone.
I know we wouldn't have to hurt as much,
If we can mend this dying love.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, December 18, 2009



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