Another one for me

Another one for me

A Poem by KeeD

The gravity of our chemistry 
glued a connection for two years
we maintained the silence
despite our obvious fears

The forest burned around us
But we were lost in the breeze
We were always aware of the fire 
Our hearts yearned to conquer a lonely disease

You kept leaving, wanting more
A tsunami of insecurities didn't make 
my arms  feel like home anymore
so we took a break

Mistake after mistake, for too many breaks leaves you broken
Sitting there wondering what could have been fixed
If we hadn't left things unspoken
But running away is what we do

Escaping the heartbreak before it breaks us in two
Searching within for me but all I see is you
So we left it up to time, for time heals 
Even time left us behind

Now we're left searching, what's left to find
Maybe there's another place
Maybe' there's another time
Maybe there's another one for me


Maybe... it was never meant to be. 

© 2021 KeeD


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KeeD

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Don't give up. Love stinks. Love hurts. But it is everything. The only thing.
Well expressed. Thanks for sharing.

Posted 1 Year Ago


Hello my friend.
"Maybe... it was never meant to be."
I understand the above lines. Sometime two people can't find same needs. Thank you for sharing the amazing poetry and your thoughts.
Coyote

Posted 1 Year Ago



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KeeD
KeeD

Mumbai, India, India



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Hey I'm Kee, I'm 32 and work as a journalist in Mumbai, India. I dabble in writing poetry and do it purely to pump out the creative juices in my being. Thank you for stopping by, live, laugh and love .. more..

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