Love Hurts - Poem by Joseph Tanner
Punching the wall until I see red,
My fist is thumping,
Not hurting has much as I.
Love holds you tight,
Until the very last breath.
Crumbled on the floor,
Surrounded by a deadly silence,
Only the wails of my soul can be heard.
Ended in seconds with careless thought,
While love last a lifetime.
When the tears have crystallized,
All emotions released,
I see clearly now.
A love I can’t live with or without,
Every second my thoughts consumed by you.
Now I sit thinking what have I done?
Through the hate and fear of losing him,
I find myself wanting him more now than ever.
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