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no longer connect
communication’s broke down
we have lost our step…

falling astray from
that moment we found us, lost
in the arms of love

how do we regain
that, which we swore to never
let loose of again…

one day at a time
trust re-established for love
forsaken us both…

now drowning in tears
blanketed in kleenex. nights
 morbid, can’t escape

thoughts of not being
under star lit clouds, comfort’d
in the strength of love

broken. cracked. forgot…
lost in emotions of…what
is it we call this?

LOVE. Happiness. HOPE.
without you coping is worthless… 


*This is a part of my “the Art of Breaking Up” collection that I would hope to some day publish… All my work comes from real life issues, mostly not of my own but of things I’ve seen, heard and of course experienced first hand. I think many of us can relate. ENJOY…

you cause my feelings to implode!

your actions have shown loves stronghold,

though it seems we’re drifting apart.

still we hold on tight to that which we had.

unconcerned if it would last.

the bus has left the station,

your patience is running thin.

frustration raging within.

letting go is not in your vocabulary.

but this distance is more than you can handle.





there’s not much we can do but let this go.

words like nails against chalkboard – intolerable to hear,

but it’s all we have left between us besides arguments and hang ups!

a small life hidden in the garden of your love.

a dead-end to a love that has had a great run.

I do love you!!

I do miss you!!!

but all this I can do without!!

the back and forth


accusations of things that don’t exist.

Yea, my eyes wander like I’m crossed vision impaired

 but my hands remain attached to my side

your mind runs wilder then a child’s imagination

voicemail further frustrates you

empty text messages without I LOVE YOU infuriate you

letting go is the best we can do

tomorrow maybe different

but today

we have to agree to disagree and


Last night she said goodbye.
Held my hand,
touched my cheek,
said my name and closed her eyes.

by MarcusJ
Copyright © La-Mar D Lynch 2011 All Rights Reserved. No part of this document may be reproduced without written consent from the author.


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