For The Broken Heart Of Her - Poem by Holly Heron
You left me floating in eternity,
Clinging to lost promises,
The more I cling the more I lose,
Of your warmth and love,
Till all I hold are lies,
That stain my hands the black of loss.
The truths from your mouth slowly die,
Decaying in this heart you stole,
This heart you shattered.
I called to you,
But too far you had strayed,
I reached for your hand,
But already they were full,
Full of brighter gems, others,
Picking gloatingly your next love,
Yet no jewels adorn my body,
For all love has fled me.
And how I long for even the pain,
That is you breaking me,
If it will mean just one more word,
One more touch,
One more kiss.
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