Me, Myself and I

(12 october 1974)

Without a trace....


Without a trace…

How can I let you walk away?

To leave me with out a trace,

All I hold here, is your memory,

We was once so happy, you told me that to my face,

And now you’re gone...

Taken everything,

All I have left now, is this empty space,

As I stand here and watch you leave,

Dragging my heart with you as I greave,

These tears, the rivers, run down my face,

For death would be a wanton release, I’d gladly beg for,

As you rip my heart from within its cage,

And throw it to the floor,

I still remain kneeling, begging you for more,


As you were the only one that believed in me,

I hold my head in my hands, it’s far too late to see,

That you where, maybe the one for me,

You was always there when I needed you,

Your smell, your walk, your grace,

But now, I’ll never again see your f******* face,

As you close the door on me,

And leave me, without a trace….


Me myself and I

Submitted: Monday, March 31, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, April 01, 2014

Topic(s): love hurts


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  • Is It Poetry (4/9/2014 5:49:00 PM)

    You seem to be under pressure
    pressured to write perhaps of things yet to come
    when they do you will understand
    why you do what you do not for them...iip (Report) Reply

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