I stood numb
Under the heat
Of the sun.
Tears wanting to fall
My heart racing
And the beating
Drowns all the other sounds.
I could not look at you
Nor even steal a glance
I only feel you beside me
Saying things I don't want to hear.
And the last words
Were the only ones I heard.
"Let us stop seeing each other."
Then you were gone.
Comments on this poem/writing:
|Lady Moon (184.108.40.206) -- Wednesday, October 8 2003, 11:52 pm|
How heart breaking Bench, seeing that your love is gone! I'm still young, but I can imagine what it must feel like! This poem automatically layed it out for me. Great Job! Keep Writing, and I'll keep reading!
|Ben (220.127.116.11) -- Thursday, October 9 2003, 06:45 am|
Good writing here, Bench! I agree with the Lady Moon, heart breaking. You used some powerful words to express it. "Numb under the heat of the sun", very descriptive!
Keep writing! Thanks!
|bench (192.168.0.172) -- Thursday, October 9 2003, 08:55 am|
That was about my latest heartbreak. Thanks for the comments.
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