The Definition Of You And Me. Poem by Livi Topley

The Definition Of You And Me.

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I have sacrificed my heart for the good of you and me.
I did not cry there are no tears behind these eyes; there is no meaning to your words.
And with every severed apology I forced a smile and said it was ok, I didn’t want you to know that my life had been butchered and undone.

Jose Campos 10 August 2008

those worls are so powrful so meanful this is the grates poem i ever read i love love love this poem

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Heart Felt 05 August 2008

Fantastic! I wish I had your restarint I'm a bit gushy needy and begging when it comes to men, so much better to say little and retain dignity!

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Brendan Duffy 03 August 2008

your pain is put into words. Words that everyone in the world are too afraid to say or even put in a sentence, you have beautifully put down. Your personal demons fighting each other, leaves the reader thinking how many times has he let you down and will you ever tell him, how many times have you fought with yourself about telling him that he is hurting you, brilliant.

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Rebekah Gamble 03 August 2008

This is short, and yet speaks strongly. You should be proud of that- few people can speak so strongly in do few words.

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Joe Doti 03 August 2008

I think everyone thats ever been lied to and brushed things off because they cared for someone could relate to this. I always learned that no matter how much you can love someone if they dont love you just the same thats far from the defintion of true love. I really like this poem.

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