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When its suppose to be over, you should move on

When you fall in love you are invisible
How is it when you kiss it feels like you are on top of the world?
When is a kiss a real kiss? Can you feel the warmth from it or the bitter cold?
Love only binds two and shouldn’t be about one
When you pour out your soul to them do they appreciate you
Do they push you aside?
When you are left alone outside crying are they the sun to bright up your day
Are you still crying for someone to hear you?
The tears begin to fall on your face
You realize that love wasn’t meant for you
Not even when you saw the love you had kissing someone else
You are the dirt that is walked all over
Now you only think that there is one solution
That is to stab your heart from beating anymore
Because when it’s gone
There isn’t any more pain
And then
And then
You are dead
Still with tears on your face.
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Submitted on May 01, 2011

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I have lived in Colorado for all of my life. I have started writing poetry when I lost my father. I never knew that I had a gift until one of my teachers told me. Since then I have been writing and writing. I have my own journal filled with poems. Poetry is a way to feel relax and just have fun. more…

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