J R Reynolds

Heart Braking. - Poem by J R Reynolds

Driving home,
Late at night,
Her and I,
Had a fight.

She said leave,
I asked why,
We broke up,
Now I cry.

Depressed again,
No reason to live,
Pain filled heart,
No love to give.

Inside my head,
Is one thought,
Wondering why,
We even fought.

Thinking hard,
Thinking deep,
Preparing myself,
For eternal sleep.

No more tears,
No more fights,
Staring into,
Oncoming lights.

With one quick jerk,
My life will end,
My soul departs,
Only to descend.

Into Satans realm,
To suffer forever,
Arriving at the end,
Of life's endeavor.

Jerk the wheel,
Hard and fast,
Head-on collision,
FORGET the past.

Pick-up against semi-truck,
The pick-up lost,
We broke up,
I pay the ultimate cost.

Gasping for air,
Wishing to die,
Unbearable pain,
Tears in my eyes.

Broken neck,
Broken heart,
Life preparing,
To depart.

Onlookers watch,
Someone calls 911.
It's too late now,
The damage is done.

Flashing lights,
And sirens blasting,
Life is not,

Come now death,
Take me away,
My life is over,
On this day.

Paramedics yelling,
My eyes tear,
I love her so much,
But I have no fear.

Refusing help,
Begging to die,
With thoughts of her,
Again I cry.

Gidgets and gadgets,
Beeps and tones,
Throughout life,
I was truly alone.

Pain and blood,
Lights in my face,
I will fight to end my life,
Until I feel Deaths embrace.

Speeding ambulance,
Blanket of pain,
Life without her,
Is a life in vain.

Even this much pain,
Doesn't compare,
To the love,
We could share.

Life is short,
So close to death,
Both lungs collapsed,
Inhale last breath.

Unable to move,
Pain suddenly ends,
Funeral service,
For family and friends.

Few will gather,
None will cry,
Everyone wondering,
Why I wanted to die.

Thinking back,
To the start,
How could she,
Break my heart.

This was the first,
This was the only,
Time in my life,
I was not lonely.

Being with her,
Just being together,
Remembering the day,
When I first met her.

What did I do,
What did I say,
To bring me here,
On this day.

All I wanted,
Was her love,
Sent to me,
From up above.

Rejected again,
But it's nothing new,
Eternity in flames,
Because of you.

Wondering back,
Did she really care,
Her pain was too much,
For me to bear.

I now must go,
For the afterlife awaits,
Satan laughing,
At the fiery gates.

Condemned by love,
With nothing left,
I still love here,
Even in death.

So here I am,
Dead at last,
Nothing matters now,
FORGET the past,

Everlasting tears.
Of pain, not joy,
Her whole life left,
For her to enjoy.

She will move on,
She probably doesn't even care,
I gave her my life,
But life is not fair.

Showing her my love,
Getting nothing in return,
Ever after below,
Only to burn.

Feelings were felt,
Fights were fought,
My love was plentiful,
Her love was sought.

What went wrong,
I don't know,
Once I knew love,
Now I know sorrow.

Nothing matters.
When you're dead.
Thoughts of her
Still in my head.

Her sweet soft skin,
I did adore,
FORGET all that,
I am no more.

No more air,
No more fears,
No more fights,
No more tears.

No more love,
Ever to give,
No more pain,
Ever to live.

Silence fills my world now,
I hear it all around,
As I lay dead,
In the ground.

No more life,
No more kisses,
No more hugs,
Or broken wishes.

Death is my destination,
Soon I shall arrive,
My entire life,
Was love deprived.

Death is bliss,
Better than life,
Thinking of the day,
I took her as my wife.

All that matters now,
Is nothing at all,
Thinking back,
Of it all.

The few good times,
The many bad,
Why I always,
Felt so sad.

Now reliving,
Our wedding date,
That doesn't matter now,
I have sealed my fate.

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  • (1/17/2013 2:26:00 PM)

    this is nice a very moving pomes (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, February 24, 2009

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