William F Glennon
The Breakup - Poem by William F Glennon
We cannot hold on thinking nothing's wrong.
Those same feelings that you don't belong.
Life has its difficulties and with reasons undefined.
You're on this treadmill that seems to fall behind.
Some say love and friendship ignite a fire.
No matter how much the flame grows higher.
The choices we make remain the same.
Why must we play all these head games.
Time gives us a choice. Emotions give you a voice.
Love has been the reflection of our worth to one another.
Only we don't realize we need each other.
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