Dear Broken Heart

Dear Broken Heart

A Poem by KeeD

A magazine told me
It's okay to feel lonely
She feels for you in phases
Put yourself in her shoes and switch places

I feel like a violent sky
Where dreams float up, expunge and die
Like an abandoned shoe on railroad tracks
You know there's a story there, but no ones coming back

My heart beats like an African drum 
Screaming for her, draining the air from my lungs
Yet I've been told I will move on
What's this I'm moving too when all my motivation is gone

A magazine told me 
It's okay to feel lonely
She feels for you in phases
Time to take that magazine and blaze it

© 2021 KeeD


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yes, advice for the lovelorn...It's okay to feel lonely...then move on....but those pages are just paper, and those words just filler.
Because we can no longer fill our heart when we are left alone.
And the past is always not far behind us no matter how many years pass.
My laces are untied, and the train is coming.
excellent write, Kee...
great to see you around again.
j.

Posted 1 Year Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

KeeD

1 Year Ago

Hi Jacob, glad to see you're doing well, hope all is good at your end during this pandemic.
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A broken heart takes it own time to mend and no two hearts mend the same way. I feel the pain of the abandoned shoe and the heart hollering like an African drum. Yes, burn the magazine, this pain is like no other!

Great to read you after so long, dear KeeD...who doesn't remember "Bonfires"?
... and I hope we get to read more of your amazing poetry. I hope all is very well with you.

Posted 3 Weeks Ago


A bright and breezy poem! I know the subject matter could be construed as sad, but it made me smile because of the imagery and some of the interesting word choices. I enjoyed the read!

Posted 5 Months Ago


I really love your last stanza, this is a wonderful write

Posted 1 Year Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

KeeD

1 Year Ago

Thanks for the humble review.
amazing writings, Kee, well structured, lovely rhymes in so sincere and good own style. thanks so much for sharing ur experience, and for this right on time delivery. truly honest, Amber.

Posted 1 Year Ago


Dear KeeD, so good to see you back on the board. It's been a while. Those agony aunts, does anyone listen to them? Seems someone is smitten as well as broken hearted, while the lady comes and goes. Violent skies and drum beats. She's got you in a whirl. Felt the turmoil here and the heart's agony. Great poetry. Keep safe and well.

Chris

Posted 1 Year Ago


yes, advice for the lovelorn...It's okay to feel lonely...then move on....but those pages are just paper, and those words just filler.
Because we can no longer fill our heart when we are left alone.
And the past is always not far behind us no matter how many years pass.
My laces are untied, and the train is coming.
excellent write, Kee...
great to see you around again.
j.

Posted 1 Year Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

KeeD

1 Year Ago

Hi Jacob, glad to see you're doing well, hope all is good at your end during this pandemic.
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I agree my friend.
"A magazine told me
It's okay to feel lonely
She feels for you in phases
Time to take that magazine and blaze it"
Nice to be alone sometimes but we need human contact and human voice. Thank you KeeD 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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