At Least We Loved Each Other

At Least We Loved Each Other

A Poem by Dana Ferguson

You made me feel, 
I miss it.
Those days with you were toxic.
He is not you, 
and we don't love.
Is he or you the one?
Holding hands with him,
but in my mind with you.
I hold two guns and play a losing game,
of Russian roulette with my heart.
But if I break like cheap old glass,
I know I can say this.

At least we loved each other.

© 2015 Dana Ferguson


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Cleverly written. I feel you.
Keep writing!
😊

Posted 4 Years Ago


Dana Ferguson

4 Years Ago

Thank you for you compliment and support :)
Beautifully poignant and reflective words. We have, but reminisce of what we had, knowing they are and never will be the same. But life moves on and takes us with it. Sometimes we make do with what we have, because there is nothing else we can do about what we used to have.
Very well written thoughtful piece.

Posted 4 Years Ago


Dana Ferguson

4 Years Ago

You describe the feeling very well :) Thank you so much :)

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Dana Ferguson

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