Love doesn’t die

I couldn’t write a beautiful last word

A poem for those that I love

If I tried

The verse would do no justice

To the experience of life and all that it is

How can love be portrayed with pretty letters

What unworthy things words are

To human emotion

Only if you read between the lines

Could you find the spirit that lies within me

And your memories, sweet memories

Are what would serve

As my voice and expression of heart

You know that I believe in love and kindness

The beating in my chest is deep for you

And though I am fractured

My soul is what you recognize behind

The changes I’ve gone through in my mind

Be happy, have joy and peace in life

Take care of each other

And know that if you pray

I will always be there listening to you

I will see all of you again

–Note– This isn’t a suicide note or anything. I’m just having a lot of delusions about dying in my sleep tonight after pushing myself too hard over the past couple days. I know that I will probably see tomorrow, but the irrational part of me says I need to leave a message for my loved ones in case I don’t wake up.

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One thought on “Love doesn’t die

  1. Thank you for sharing a piece of your world with us and I really love the way you write. What I find find fascinating is that those who feel the most misery, also observe the beauty of the world the best. In return, I would also like to share you a poem of mine, which I wrote a few months back, when I was attempting to find healing in words:

    https://chapelofthenightflies.wordpress.com/2017/07/03/a-wooden-house/
    Here’s to more words and more strength(:

    Like

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