Lost Love Poem

Dwindling Love

© Mimie Durand
Days go by so slowly
They seem to never end,
Missing him is beyond words
You’ve lost your best friend.

Loneliness empowers you
The days are hard to bear,
You go to sleep with heartbreak
Awaken, not to find him there.

Sometimes the hurt is not as strong
As strong as in the past,
The nights go by more swiftly
Your bed seems not so vast.

You feel guilty that the hurt is dwindling
Yet free of the grasp it holds,
No longer a prisoner of the past
Life is now in your control.

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Published: Mar 2010

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