Tami Michelle Thomas

(Kokomo, Indiana)

The Room - Poem by Tami Michelle Thomas

If I let you peer through the windows of my
heart you'll see scars from the past relationships
and wounds that never healed cover the walls.
Pictures of old memories are hung up all around.
Piles of yesterday's loves fill the laundry basket
in the corner. In the trash are pieces of shattered
dreams that got swept away. Off to the side is a
room full of sadness and beside it a room full of
happiness. Lying on the floor in a blanket of hope
that I curl up in after a long day. If I let
you peer through the window of my heart you'll see.....

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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