Liz Bolton

Rookie (2-7-1997 / westly medical center)

My Soul And Its Different Worlds - Poem by Liz Bolton

Your love is what kept me your faith is what set me free your trust I earned and lost we were friends and now we are enemies one day you said I would end up as your wife you trusted me with you love and with your life but we have drifted and are now in separate worlds we aren’t friends we aren’t lovers we are just people who once loved and lost.

We can never be friends we can never be what we once were. We are just people who have lost what we tried to gain and have lost too much. Now as we go our separate ways let us always remember when. For you it may be best to just never look back, or it may be you way of letting go.

You were more of a bodyguard than friend. You never let me defend my self or stand up for what I though was right you treated me like a delicate flower that bruised easily but I’m not I was strong from the start and I started growing weaker by the day. You will always be in my heart but you can never win it back.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Poem Edited: Monday, May 16, 2011

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