Sylvia Loven Carter
No Longer Mine 10-6-05 - Poem by Sylvia Loven Carter
I saw him/you of course
like touching you 'T.M.S' 'No longer mine'
although I still carried you're last name,
I remember some of our times together were not so bad I do
regret the times
we couldn't and wouldn't say I'm sorry 'No longer mine'
The last time I saw you sleeping
and hugged while you were sleeping I just looked at you and wondered what happen to pull us apart?
I saw the hurt over your two best friend being murdered. I'd like
to be your friend.
But I'm sure that's not how that work
your No longer mine.
I do honestly pray that you'll find all the joy and happiness you can handle while you're in the land of the living.
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