My Desire Unacquired. - Poem by Lisa Kramer
You are my only wish, want, and desire,
Something that I will never acquire,
You just want me to be your friend,
Hard for me to accept and comprehend.
The more I love the more I'm pushed away,
I feel so empty, so alone, so betrayed,
I fake a smile but I'm really hurting inside,
Broke my heart and kept your pride.
I wear a mask every single day,
To hide my sorrow and skies of gray,
All the tears held back by a smile,
Falling apart but acting agile.
Heartbeat to heartbeat I feel the pain,
I gave it all with nothing to gain,
But no longer shall I hurt,
All of it I will now avert.
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