You Aren't My Love Anymore

You Aren't My Love Anymore

A Poem by J. F. Charleston

Things have been silent for a while
Until you call me up the other day
Your voice all sweet,
like nothing ever happened
This is just your style

I'm sorry my old flame
You're not my love anymore
It eroded like a sandy shore
Slowly and over time

We tried everything under the sun
It was no good, it's done
We aren't meant to be, you see

Our love was something special
It was rough and sweet
It was dull and magical
It's a heart with no beat

My old flame
Please understand

You aren't my love anymore
It was something I cherished
But it left me empty and sore
I can't be who you wished

It's just not meant to be
We had our run
We have to go and be free
Because our love is none

Please don't say it isn't
It's just a distant feeling

I'm sorry my old flame
You're not my love anymore
It eroded like a sandy shore
Slowly and over time

© 2019 J. F. Charleston


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Goodness, this could be one of the best you've written so far. Man do I understand this one. It tells a sad story of the connection lost, though it's only one sided. Must've taken a goo deal out of you to pen this one, my friend. Keep writing with your heart. :)

Posted 7 Months Ago


I understand this write so much, so very heart tugging of i don't know what right...so nicely expressed

Posted 2 Years Ago


I do understand the poem my friend.
"I'm sorry my old flame
You're not my love anymore
It eroded like a sandy shore
Slowly and over time"
The above lines, I spoke similar words a few times. Thank you for sharing the amazing poetry.
Coyote

Posted 2 Years Ago



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