Dysfunctional Love - Poem by Adam Smitherman
Every time you go away.
The loneliness returns.
My only reminder of you is on my computer screen.
Sometimes the loneliness makes me scream!
I've lived my life in a haze.
My life seems like I'm in a maze.
I turn left and I hit a dead end.
I try to find my way.
But I always get lost along the way.
What road to take?
Two of these roads will be a mistake.
Sometimes I just need to break away.
And come back another day.
So what am I suppose to say?
When you always turn around and walk away...
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