kelsey leroux

How Can You Break A Heart That Was Never Whole To Begin With - Poem by kelsey leroux

the day it ended
was the day i died
they say u broke my heart
and that my heart was forever scarred
my mind was empty
my thoughts clear
all i remember was your face
and a single tear roll down my cheek

forever ill miss you
but ill be fine on my own
i don't need you anymore
butr my world is still grey, black, and blue

i still think to myself
why do they say you broke my heart
when it was not yours to break
and how could you break my heart
if it wasn't whole from the start

i am afraid to love again
afraid of th outcome
you were truly my best friend
and i will never forget you

my time here is up
as i look at this poem i have written
it is to tell the ones i should have loved
that i love them and will forever remain in their hearts
as long as i am not forgotten

i glance at the poem once more
then close my eyes
my fingers tremble
as i pull the triggger
blood splatters all over the dark walls
all over my favourite painting of the tiger
one last tear escapes my pained eyes
as i callaps onto the hardwood floors

blood pools all around me
hair is spralled in an almost perfect circle
eyes wide open
no more fear
no more pain
just empty and lost
i am free

my last thoughts were once again
how could my heart be broken
if it was never whole to begin with

Comments about How Can You Break A Heart That Was Never Whole To Begin With by kelsey leroux

  • (4/9/2008 6:32:00 PM)

    awesome images on the first stanza..tears rolling down your cheek have sure ran down mine throughout this poem.. this poem is every lover's friend.. a solid piece (Report) Reply

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  • (4/9/2008 6:28:00 PM)

    This is like a movie scene - you have played that part very well... (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, April 9, 2008

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