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A poem about seperation

Submitted: May 26, 2017

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Submitted: May 26, 2017




Our world has no resemblance
To the place where once we came
One soul remained so loyal
The other absorbed from blame

What was born just as a favour
Soon became routine
Expectations fuelled by greed
From a heart once so serene

When eyes gaze into water
All that they can see
The soul stripped down to basic
A pure reality

Cast a stone of darkness
The ripples they will spread
Destroy the truth we knew
Confusion dances in your head

Don’t bite the hand that feeds you
Your heart will feel alone
Nobody there to be your ear
When life feels alone

Life creates a balance
You get back what you give
Sometimes you break the circle
To remember how to live

Some cracks they have closure
The ability to heal
Other canyons last forever
Uncrossable for real

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