Lost - Poem by Javier Falcon
In this desolate plane I look out,
going to a location which I do not know,
wondering where you might have gone.
Waiting to arrive to my new life,
as my mind could not take any more,
and without you I am absolutely nothing.
My head spins out of control,
trying to find you in my surroundings,
reaching out to you with my heart.
Calling out to you in my sleep,
remembering the good time we once had,
never to be near you or touch you again.
Me desiring to be in your arms, your hold,
safe from all the dangers around me, ever so close,
yet I am lost in this field of skyscrapers.
I look into the windows of my surroundings,
as my reflection only shows my anguish,
showing the truth of what the lack of her love has done.
Breaking my spirit and confidence in love,
leaving me in a sinister world of darkness,
where obscurity is all around and craves your happiness.
My mind just goes blank and everything fades,
leaving me in this world without a care,
yet the rain reminds me of her, making everything whiplash.
Causing more pain that I have ever had,
making me sad, and still so very angry,
as I walk this very long path toward nothing.
The forest of despair shrouds my future,
as my life without you is worthless,
only bring pain and hardships to my heavy corpse.
As all the worries and thoughts become faint,
leaving heart in pieces, shattered all over the floor,
as the light from my soul vanishes to a better place.
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