Lawrence s. Makola

Rookie (10/03/1979 / Motetema)

You Were Gone - Poem by Lawrence s. Makola

Love was our connection
Foreplay our romance
Making it our joy
Sustaining it our happiness
But you disappeared

You walked out as if I meant nothing
You left as if I was a mere dream
You forget about me like your vomits
I remain wondering about what I felt
Asking my self as whether I was crazy

But you left me in total darkness
In the forest of my fears
Deep in the gulf of death
Where hope was never a subject
Peace a wayward foreigner

I tried my way out
I tore many hearts
I destroyed many young live
Demolished the future of that one
Their happiness I dismantled

No one could fill the space
No one to replace your love
To comfort me as you did
To reassure my plans

You came but you left
Without compassion you vanished
Like a ghost you were nowhere
Like a shuttle you were finished
So you died in my heart


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Poem Edited: Thursday, April 22, 2010


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