Richard Goolsby

Rookie (8-31-1978 / Texas)

The Silence - Poem by Richard Goolsby

I've gotten used to the silence, Since you went away, I've through the sadness, As I get stronger everyday.

Where you once were my life, And all I could dream, For u hung my moon and stars, Or so it did seem.

Although your memory still haunts, I seem to get by on my own, Where u once were my life, I've realized im not all alone.

For this world is much bigger, Than I ever knew, Because I couldn't get past, The way I loved you.

Our love was once a fire, That burned out of control, But since been extinguished, And buried in a hole.

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, August 18, 2012

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