A Poem by Christina Nichole

Thoughts about someone that I miss terribly right now, and distance is out main problem. I don't really like it, but I thought I'd share.

Distance can either be a gift, or a curse.
When love is involved, that's always the worse.
You give and take, some more than the other.
But for some, its never enough to keep a lover.

You bend and you break.
Shiver and shake.
And ask yourself "why?"

You try and you try,
For nothing but to cry.
And ask "what's left to take?"

My heart on my sleeve,
Bleeding through the seems,
Of the favorite color
Of my once distant lover.

© 2012 Christina Nichole

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this is so well written! into my favs

Posted 11 Years Ago

Wow.....this is very good. I say that carefully since most of the writing at this site isnt inspirational or shows of talent.....maybe you do?

Posted 12 Years Ago

I like simple/complex poetry. Thank you. This is great. :D

Posted 12 Years Ago

I can relate to this piece sometimes being far can be a good thing or near better but I like how this write comes together very well written.

Posted 12 Years Ago

Haha a familiar topic, i love it!

Posted 12 Years Ago

Distance is a true curse for so many, but only an obstacle to show that when the distance is closed, the prize is savoured that more sweetly. This could be about me or any number of other people, such is the feelings we all feel or have felt for that far off need. Beautifully penned.

Posted 12 Years Ago

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Added on May 15, 2012
Last Updated on May 15, 2012
Tags: distance, lovers, missing, someone


Christina Nichole
Christina Nichole


**Sorry I haven't been able to post much lately. School has really taken a toll on me. I am going to try to start writing more in a bit once it calms down a bit.** I'm a simple country girl who may.. more..


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