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We Don't Talk Like We Used To

Poetry By: Lexa Therese
True confessions



This is about the loss of communication when the kids grow up and the lonlieness of a former home


Submitted:Nov 13, 2012    Reads: 63    Comments: 1    Likes: 0   


All in seperate rooms,

We don't talk like we used to

Behind each door that's shut is one of each who's found a rut

The silence fills a space where life and love once was placed

What was a castle built to last

Is now concrete, bricks and slab

We don't talk like we used to

I miss the warmth, the home I knew

Not even ghosts are in this place

All presence gone it's all erased

We don't talk like we used to

I miss our castle and gooey glue

We don't talk like we used to

I miss it all

I miss you





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