The Girl Who Loved Him

October 9, 2008
By xxjosiexx143 SILVER, Lexington Twp., Maine
xxjosiexx143 SILVER, Lexington Twp., Maine
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We were soul-mates, she said.
And yet he still walked out.
We loved each other
Without a doubt.
But still he left
And still she hoped.
She was left in the dark
But still she groped.
She cried, and begged.
She grabbed his arm.
He shoved her away.
She stared in alarm.
He left her there,
Alone and confused.
She did not know what she should do.
She knew she loved him.
That would not end.
But could they even still be friends?
She knew now he was not for her.
She loved him,
But he didn’t love her.
She got off her knees.
Off the cold, hard ground.
Walked away, without a sound.
She cried herself to sleep that night.
Curled up in a ball, wrapped up tight.
She never found another love.
Still hoping, praying to God up above.
But he never came back.
Not once, and not ever.
Though still she would be his one love forever.


The author's comments:
I don't know what brought this poem on, but it makes a lot of sense to me. Every girl gets heartbroken at least once in her life, so I think they can relate to this.

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Cierra H. said...
on Oct. 27 2008 at 6:59 pm
Your best work so far, in my opinion, you get better and better! Keep writing I can't wait to see what you come up with next!


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