Rachelle Toscannini

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Lost - Poem by Rachelle Toscannini

Lost in the cold
The coldness of your heart
i thought you'll help
You made my life hell
I will never know
What i could of had
If you wouldn't of promised
That we'll be together
Forever you said, forever

I see know you wanted something
Other than love and me forever
You see what you've done
My face black and blue
all over you laugh at my cry
that hurts so bad
i want nothing more than to have my life
to have my kids
in my arms you took me away from everything i've had
I've never loved you
as much as i love the them
i thought you have changed
but, what you have done
Is nothing

I have ever wanted
You make me ill
I never eat i'm slowly dying
from a broken heart
you brought that slut home
and broke my heart
I tried to leave
and you made me stay

Is what you wanted to tie me up
and put me in the basement
i cry out his name
of the man i loved
I will never love again from the man i left
that needed to change but never has
to still be the man i love, but also
An angry man that has no heart

Comments about Lost by Rachelle Toscannini

  • (12/13/2006 8:42:00 AM)

    wow, amazing poem, i can relate, alot. a few typos, but te pan and expression you showed, its phenomenal. good work.
    Poet In Pain

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  • (12/11/2006 7:29:00 PM)

    Kansas City hey? Well, hello Dorothy, I am the good witch from the West. This is a very powerful poem but loses much of its passion because of the typo's and grammar. If you corrected these, it would read much better. There is so much pain showing. It is very sad but definately requires work.

    Kind regards

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Poem Submitted: Monday, December 11, 2006

Poem Edited: Wednesday, December 8, 2010

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