A Heavy Heart

A Heavy Heart

A Poem by Passionwriter

A poem about grieving loss.


I bare with me a heavy heart,

one heavier than stone.

I pushed those once dear to me,

away to be alone.


There are somethings in this life time

that I live to regret

But when you were here you taught

me how to love and forget.


I seen you lying in your grave and it

looked like you were sleeping.

Maybe if you were alive softly you'd

be speaking.


"I'm sorry that I left so soon. Think

of me as you glimpse the moon. I'll

be missing every memory.

But Just for now let it be"


It's difficult trying to forget the memories that

I now have to cherish.

Sometimes I wish you'd take these

memories and just perish.


Your decisions have their consequences

they have their own impact.

So before you decided to kill yourself 

you better think before you act.




© 2011 Passionwriter

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i like it (:

Posted 11 Years Ago


Posted 11 Years Ago

good for a first upload

Posted 11 Years Ago

some good use of imagery :)

Posted 11 Years Ago

This is so sad.....which is a compliment. I really like this, I can feel your pain oozing out of the words. Great poem.

Posted 11 Years Ago

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Added on June 29, 2011
Last Updated on June 29, 2011



Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand

Nothing really about me. I like tp write its a passion. I don't know if I'm good at writing. It's like hearing yourself sing you don't know if you're good or not until someone esle hears you or in thi.. more..