He's Always With Me - Poem by samantha nash
I run through the woods
With my thoughts of him chasing me.
As I run, they kept foot,
Running at my heels.
The times I’ve tried to outrun them,
Number in the thousands,
And as I run now
They catch me up and I start to think of him.
They pull me into that dark abyss
Which is my mind and,
As they infiltrate my mind by pulling me deeper,
I wonder why I ran or even tried to.
I ran because of the pain these thoughts,
And memories cause me.
I remember him and our fun,
And then I am forced to remember, he is not here anymore.
He left and it has been a while now,
Since I have seen him.
I don’t know if his thoughts haunt him, as mine do me,
But I do know that my thoughts haunt me so terribly.
Not having him here is like a knife being in my heart,
Like a cloud that looms overhead always,
He fills my mind daily, and constantly,
But I can never actually be with him.
Although he’s with me, even though he’s not,
I still love him and miss him,
And I just wish with all my heart
That, if anything, the pain will stop.
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