Ellen frawley

Rookie - 0 Points (1982)

Gone - Poem by Ellen frawley

I cannot sleep,
I just lie awake,
Without you here,
My heart it breaks,
Nobody here,
I’m all alone,
I just feel dead inside,
With you gone.

Did you think how it would feel?
To wake,
And find you gone,
No warning,
No note,
Just an empty space in my bed,
Empty ness in my heart,
Thoughts racing in my head.

Now there is just an empty space next to me,
Gone the warm of another body next to me,
Gone the sweet scent of your body,
So many questions,
No answers,
Just why?
Did your love for me suddenly die,
Or did your love of me fade just slowly fade.

So how did you feel walking out the door?
As you closed the door,
Did you feel happy, sorrow or guilt?
Did you feel relief

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Poem Edited: Wednesday, May 25, 2011


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