Heartbreak

Heartbreak

A Poem by Nancy

Heavy hearts,
Shattered daydreams,
Words contradicted
by actions.
Love doubted,
Hurtful acts,
regretful words spoken.
The feeling of heartbreak 
never changes.
Let the veil lift
and the walls fall,
Only to rebuild them 
once again.
I hang my head with a 
sullen sigh in my heart. 
How can I marry someone,
Who can't believe I love him?

© 2010 Nancy


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Seems to me like red flags popping
up to alert you that something
isn’t what it should be. If you
need to convince somebody that
you love them you’ve already
lost half the battle, especially if they
don’t believe you. Communication
or lack there of is the leading
cause of break ups and or divorce.


Posted 13 Years Ago


I can really relate to this poem. What makes it powerful for me is the way that you've written it: brief, strong words written in short lines jumping down the page. Almost like the one you love stabbing you in the heart with a dagger, only to heal again and have someone else do it to you again. Yet, love does find a way of finding people and knowing such pain makes knowing such love that much greater.

Posted 13 Years Ago


Thank you. I absolutely agree with you whole heartedly, For me I find I answer the questions best by writing them out in a poem.

Posted 13 Years Ago


A powerful poem. Your words are true. We must be careful what we say and do.
"Love doubted,
Hurtful acts,
regretful words spoken."
You create a very good poem. Some questions need to be answered in a life. Trust and concern for the other person in a life is key to being happy.
A outstanding poem.
Coyote


Posted 13 Years Ago


I like this.

Posted 13 Years Ago



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