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I got carried away at first and then I got extremely lazy...so I'm sorry for the poor work ethic exhibited in this poem but I encourage you to read - you actually might, MIGHT relate

ABOUT : the pain of wanting someone so badly and realizing you need to get over them because you know your chances are dying out.


Submitted:Apr 4, 2013    Reads: 19    Comments: 0    Likes: 1   


In memory of what never was

Here's a poem of my condolences:

We were nothing and now we're dead

A death too great to quickly mourn

Forgive me for what has to be said

It was never really alive, like a stillborn

In memory of what might have been us

This poem fades out like we did

Abrupt but at the same time

It was Nonexistent

©Amanda Brooke Writes





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