Heartbreak - Poem by Leslie Alexis
I remember your smile
How it lit my way.
I remember your voice
How it told me to stay.
I remember your kiss,
It was no play.
I remember your touch, from the very first day.
I remember your hair, your scent
Hell! I remember it all.
Girl you held me up, with you I couldn't fall.
Sadly enough, it didn’t come true.
This is the last thing I remember of you.
I remember your legs,
As they took you away
You didn’t come back,
Even though I pray.
Since then I’ve been sad,
You in my arms alone can make me glad.
My spirit lacks and my soul does too
Baby, I am nothing without you.
Copyright © 2007 Leslie Alexis
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