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One-Way Street To Lovesville - Poem by the poet

Welcome to Lovesville,
The last sign of my journey,
Alas, I have arrived, but still,
Something seems so funny,

When your only company…
is your shadow,
And all around a deserted town,
Loneliness creeps through the window,
When I see her image turning around,
Vanishing into the mist blowing,
Whispering thoughts of her,
When she left without saying,
Tears burn my cheeks in the winter.

I am here at our rendezvous,
Cold and broken, I am on my knees,
Please, these words are true,
I beg you, can you not see?
That this heart belongs to you…

Why must you leave me
tangled in this web of despair and lie,
What of the promises you gave me?
Am I but another guy?

I am on a one-way street
of love that leads to a dead end, ,
So if one day we do meet,
Please give me your hand…
And take me out of here
For I am lost……
in Lovesville.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, October 8, 2007

Poem Edited: Thursday, April 14, 2011

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