Zena Blank

Empty Space - Poem by Zena Blank

I'm looking 
Emptiness fills my sights 
It's where you should be 
Where you were
But are no longer
A hole in me
That needs you
Every day 
You invade my mind more and more 
The pain it causes me 
Its almost unbearable 
Everything i do 
Reminds me of you
Your grace 
Your character 
Your energy 
It's all here 
Even if your not
It's not the same though 
It's missing little pieces of liveliness 
It's missing you. 

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Poem Submitted: Monday, December 26, 2011

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