Memories - Going Insane

Poem by: Savannah Ray

Summary

Have you ever reached out to someone only to find they are no longer there? Do the memories haunt you?

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Submitted: December 31, 2012

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Submitted: December 31, 2012

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I sit on the sand looking out into the ocean. I think of you and the love that used to be. They are both endless and go on forever. The moonlight glistens on the water and waves. I picture you by my side, calling my name. I want to reach out to you, hold you. When I try, I find that I am dreaming. You are not there, yet miles away. We've been apart to long. It is driving me insane. Why can't it be like it used to? Just you and me and the love that was meant to be.


© Copyright 2016 Savannah Ray. All rights reserved.

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Have you ever reached out to someone only to find they are no longer there? Do the memories haunt you?
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