Soul Writter


Midnight Pain - Poem by Soul Writter

Its 2: 30am I sit here look out. the window stare at the stars. And remember those cold nights that lingered in my mind those kisses that meant so much but then yet a little bit. My eyes are dried from all those tears that I cried, I cried you the seven seas, I got on my knees and told you oh baby please don't leave I begged for you to stay and I also got on my knees and pleaded for your attention and affection and a reason why your love for me had finished and you just turned your back at me and walked away, my face fell on the floor as I couldn't keep on holding my tears no more. I began sobbing your absence, my heart got shredded into 2million pieces, my flesh was weak, and my soul was hurting, my mind was running faster than a lion running for its pray. I felt crippled and useless without your love ' I loved you so much and trusted you like a poor innocent child and for what, you only destroyed my heart took it out and hanged it on the wall.. as I finish my testimony' I got to say this.. love is red, I was once blue for you. My heart has been healing slowly and turned dark for you. No I don't hate you I forgive you but I do feel sorry for you because you'll want me back sooner than later when we walk in different shoes. God bless you amen.


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, June 11, 2011



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