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The Relinquishing

Poetry By: Tatia Shurgaia
Romance



Short poem about debating feelings of love and hate.


Submitted:Nov 27, 2012    Reads: 19    Comments: 6    Likes: 4   


I know you're so cold,

I never wanted this love to get old.

How much longer can I sit here and debate,

When you can't even fucking relate.

I'm done crying for you,

I'm done picking up the pieces for you.

I hate to watch you walk away,

But I can't seem to find another way.

You're the one person I ran to for faith,

But now you're one person I'm starting to hate.

I can't go through anything without you by my side,

But I can't do anything without fear running inside.

I love you to death but,

How much more can I take when I'm gasping for my breath.

You stole pieces of my heart,

Now I feel like the cold air dances around me pretending to be art.

My heart's an empty jar,

We will never actually go far.

Goodbye my dear.





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