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Dash Black


A Love Lost In Vain


The pain, the heartbreaks
The shame
The power
And the enemies we shared
The moments the world stood against us
All the times you cried on my shoulder
All those tears you, we shed,
of pain, joy and love till we went to bed
The nights we sneaked
The times we kissed
The brave hearts and the weaker souls
The murder, the time we killed together
Our love games,
Our own invented smileys
I remember us laughing
I remember us smiling
And I remember us angry
It also strikes me to remember you sad.
But we were real, weren't we?
Am writing a poem now when I should be laughing next to you
Am lamenting a time once spent in space
After all that fight,
All that pain and suffering we suffered
This is what we've become.
All that weight was in vain now that we're over.

Submitted: Thursday, May 10, 2012
Edited: Saturday, September 21, 2013

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