Anna Cellmer

Rookie (06-04-1974 / Olsztyn, Poland)

Request To The Broken Hearted One - Poem by Anna Cellmer

Please don’t lose your mind
When she goes out
Don’t close your heart
Only because she doesn’t want you
Don’t die for the rest of the world, please
Try to believe in your self again
Try to believe that she is not only one
There is still someone worth of love worth of think about
Don’t waste your life for only a cry
Please start to believe in a new life
With the smile
This one you loved is not only one in this world
She is not the most important anymore and someday
You will find another
So sweet, so good, so beautiful, so yours
Just stay open just don’t close your heart forever
I know you need now this pain yet
It is still some kind of contact with the one you loved but
It’s not good to you
Believe it’s true don’t feed your self this pain too long
Don’t forget about the world, don’t forget about your self
Please believe there is still worth to live
And you are just a beautiful broken hearted
And all you need now is just a little time
To realized what you should leave
To find another way to live again
Yes this life is just a road and every day
You can discover again and again
Just don’t stop walking
Don’t stop believe that something the best is still before
Or beneath or above
Just find it, that’s all
Just don’t lose your faith that you can


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, December 28, 2005



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