Moving On Poem

This poem is for all the people that have had to say good-bye to a love that just was not meant to be, but was real and honest. Not always do we get to be or stay with the person that we love and we have to let them go and wish them well as they move on.

Lost Love

© Silke Wettergren
The most amazing moment was when we met
The love and time I have shared with you
have all been; without regret...

In spite of our love...
I am painfully aware
That you are gone,
And no longer there..

You made up your mind and you went away..
as things started to not feel right...
I know it's pointless to wish for you to stay..
because at the end of the tunnel there is no more light

Often I don’t know what to say or do..
So many times, I have cried over you...
Emptiness and sorrow is now a part me,
Since I have to accept, that we will never be..


Our memories continue to live in my heart
As I wish you well, with your brand-new start

Please, believe me when I say
You will always be with me
Come What May


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Published: Jan 2011

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  • This poem has really had me teared up because it reminds me of someone that doesn't care for me && I want back . . .

    Miracle , Ohio Submitted Mar 2013
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  • This was very touching just what I was looking for. Covered everything I wanted to say it goes out to the guy I'm truly in love with but he doesn't care for me anymore.

    Henderson, Texas Submitted 4/8/2014
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