Taryn EspositoJozefek


'Hollow'


Sitting here all alone
Tears roll down my cheekbone
Disbelief in my mind
Life can be so unkind
Heart aches with a hollow tone
Waiting for you to call my phone
It's heart wrenching
Angry fists clenching
Pictures only tell a story
Wishing you were here with me
I dreamt you were healed
Running through a lavender field
Lost my hero lost my friend
Sad that it came to an end

Submitted: Friday, May 17, 2013
Edited: Friday, May 17, 2013

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Losing my dad inspired me to write....my emotions are still raw since he just passed last week. I miss him terribly and my heart is broken. When I write, I unlock a piece of myself. I know that other people have been through this so I know my situation is relatable. Everyone deals with grief in their own way....this is mine.

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