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This Life Without You

Poetry By: Matthew Brazwell

A poem of a heart-breaking person losing his only love.

Submitted:Nov 28, 2011    Reads: 15    Comments: 5    Likes: 2   

Life Without You


I painted a a friendly smile,

On to my lonely face,

I leave it there for a while,

Then disappear without a trace.

I remember allare happy times,

All thosedays we shared,

How you use to beso kind,

Back when we both cared.

Nowwe both lost touch,

My hand slowlyslipping from yours,

Our love begin to rust,

Till arelove was sealed in doors.

That was when times got tough,

It was when I needed you,

My heart was in such a rush,

Because my sadness slowly grew.

NowI'm here without you,

My life a total bust,

I only wishthat I knew,

That what we had was love.



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