June 8, 2011
By Mad13658 GOLD, Glen Rock, Pennsylvania
Mad13658 GOLD, Glen Rock, Pennsylvania
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Favorite Quote:
"You've got to love what's lovable, and hate what's hateable. It takes brains to see the difference."
- Robert Frost

I don’t hear you
I don’t see you
My chest implodes
I feel the withdraw
I’m like an addict
But you, you are my drug
I can’t get enough
I wish there was an unending supply
Yet I know the pain you cause
And the life you have ruined
I tell myself just one conversation
One look
I can handle that
But I can’t
That one turns to another
And then another
Soon I can’t stop
But now I don’t feel your warm embrace
Or your happy gaze
You’re finished
There is no more
The withdraw begins once more
But you won’t be there to quench it again

The author's comments:
This is a poem about my ex and I being friends, and how it is so different now, and how it might be the end of our friendship.

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