Armonte Brantley

Love, ISC

  There's a pain in my heart that I'm feeling today,for the love of my life feels further each day.The sorrow is so much and the pain is so deep,I've hurt her again, I can't even sleep. But I know the problem, the curse of our love,it was buried inside me, with no sight from above.And now that I see it, I force it away,yet I fear that I've lost her, nevermore can I say,that I love her so deeply and regret all the pain,and I know it's my fault, no one else can I blame. And I search for an answer, somewhere above,and hope she'll forgive me and remember our love.For I can't live without her and could never move on,for how can one live when what they live for is gone.Walls are closing around me, I sink slowly each day,yet I cling to a hope that seems far away,that she will return to me and feel my embrace,But I know she remembers it, the love that I gave,and I hope she can forgive me, the cause of her pain.For like an angel from heaven, she came into my life,now I plead one last time, for one last chance to make it right.Yet I fear it won't heal, how I've ripped us apart,but I must let her know what's inside this broken heart.That I love her so much and I've made a mistake,and I hope she won't leave because it's my heart she will take!  I write these words now with tears in my eyes,for I love her so much, I sit and I die.I'm so lost without her, don't want her to go,not without me saying what I need her to know.That I've always loved her and miss her daily!



    WELCOME TO MY POETIC SIDE - Nice site - awesome poems - great poets. Love you first poem because it is straight from the heart. It uis full of pathos and regret and I guess writing it gave you some release ! The poem itself is very structured with lots of rhyme and rhythm. It would look better and read better if it was written in normal poetic form - line by line. I have experienced the loss of a love so I can empathise. I hope thing work out - BRIAN

    • Armonte Brantley

      Thanks for your insight and encouraging words.

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