Broken Angel

Rookie (10/13/89 / Maryland)

Full But Empty - Poem by Broken Angel

Haven'd been able to say,
truly how i feel lately,
'though i am full, i am empty',
i finally figured that's how i feel.
...
It's hard to understand,
how can one be full?
but empty at the same time?
...
I'll explain,
see....it's like this,
i have my family and friends,
everything i'd ever want and need.
...
But there's just a hole,
in my heart,
that hasn't been filled.
...
I've searched,
high and low,
still never finding what i want,
to fill that gap.
...
But one day,
when i thought,
i found it,
i still have this pain,
even though the hole is filled.
...
So that's why i say,
'though i am full, i am empty'
: : end: :

written: 1/10/06


Comments about Full But Empty by Broken Angel

  • (1/15/2006 12:02:00 PM)


    Oh Ashley, what a beautiful composure you have created here as you have a natural gift of writing quality poetry. That emptiness will be filled when you least expect it and it will be the most beautiful feeling you have ever felt as when the heart speaks the entire body listens. I now must Thank You for sharing your gift of words with all of us and especially for giving us just a little of you as you are awesome and I am glad I have found such a gifted poet to be amongst and hopefully we can inspire one another through our passion of poetry. As I now leave I have a little request for you. I want to ask that you please keep your pens ink flowing across sheets of paper as we your readers eagerly await your next poetic caper. Your Reading Fan, Mickey Pig Knuckles :) (Report) Reply

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  • (1/15/2006 4:26:00 AM)


    a wonderful poem
    exploring the meanign and purpose
    of life
    and what happens when the meaning
    and purpose
    somehow
    at the moment
    elude the soul
    keep up the good work
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Poem Submitted: Sunday, January 15, 2006

Poem Edited: Sunday, January 15, 2006


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