Overwhelming love

April 30, 2018
By JWMar BRONZE, Naga City, Other
JWMar BRONZE, Naga City, Other
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Your love is so overwhelming
It causes me too feel many things
A warm and tender loving
Memories now I'll only miss

These heartaches make me blue
I think I'm feeling dizzy
I beg of you to just make us start anew
Or I'd be going crazy

If your love goes afar
You'll just see me cry
If you find another to care for
I'd likely just die

Your love is my world
Where my life rotates around
Do remember all my words
That it's you that I'll only love

You make me sigh
You leave me so breathless
Maybe it's because I'm to die
Because you leave me reckless

I hate the idea that you leave me
There would be no peace
I'd just be lonely
My life wouldn't be at ease

My heart pumps hard while I write
Think it's not normal
I feel it's not right
Like the idea of you leaving

Now I sigh
Never leaving a smile
I'd wave to you and to all good-bye
Now, may I just lay down and die...

The author's comments:

Inspiration is hard to find. But when I find a pen, and suddenly I get a great idea in my head, the magic quickly flows. My inspiration for this isn't deep; I just felt the urge to write about this...

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JWMar BRONZE said...
on May. 20 2018 at 6:29 am
JWMar BRONZE, Naga City, Other
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Please rate and comment to my work. And share to friends, to read a work of a native a Filipino. From here in the Philippines, thanks and enjoy!

JWMar BRONZE said...
on May. 20 2018 at 6:27 am
JWMar BRONZE, Naga City, Other
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Thank you so much for your attention and appreciation to my poem. Here, from the Philippines, I thank you a lot; also for appreciating of a native Filipino. Please do share it to your friends, and spread it; let them read a work of a Filipino.

on May. 10 2018 at 3:04 am
VictoryTheGreat BRONZE, Olivehurst, California
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Favorite Quote:
“You had a pile of rocks, and you cleaned them up pretty and made a necklace. Meg got jewels, and she hung herself with them,” - I Was Here

“And to take another life was, in many ways, the greatest expression of what it meant to be alive.” - The Kind Worth Killing

"The soil of a man's heart is stonier, Louis. A man grows what he can, and he tends it. 'Cause what you buy, is what you own. And what you own... always comes home to you" - Pet Sematary

The description in this poem provokes strong emotion within the reader.

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