The time we had.


It was hard to say goodbye to you, knowing my heart will always belong to you.

I didn't know it was our last embrace,

And now you're gone, and I'm left with this empty space.

I'll hold on to the memories, and cherish them with care,

how I wish I knew it was our very last hug, to spare.

you made me feel like the world's happiest girl,

With just one glance, my heart began to whirl.

In your arms, I felt so free,

With you, my heart found its destiny.

I am down in the dumps that you are not part of my life, But I wonder how it would be to still have you in my arms.

I still smile even though my heart is breaking, even though it still is aching. 

You loved me at my lowest, true,

But left me at my fullest and my mind tightened like screw

when I reached my fullest height,

You left me, at the darkest side

 You will always hold a special place in my heart,

 even after Knowing that you will now never appreciate my art. 

you said you loved my smile,

 but now the only reason for it, is at miles.

And if you come back I will do everything to have you back,but will things be the same as we had?

maybe in future if we cross each other’s path, we will remember the time we fell apart.

I guess fate had other plans, it seems

And now I'm left with your memories, and dreams.

I'm still drowning in the darkness,

still looking for you around

but I'm still terrified what if you are nowhere to be found.

But in the end, I know I'm me and you are you, so now if anything changes is the time we knew.

  • Author: ananya_sri (Offline Offline)
  • Published: February 12th, 2024 06:13
  • Category: Love
  • Views: 9
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  • vividvoid14

    i love this poem, its so true. keep writing!

  • daphne_398

    didn't have to slay so hard. "You said you loved my smile,
    but now the only reason for it, is at miles"

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