About the Poem
I wrote this when I first broke up. I was the one who ended the relationship, I didn't regret it. But I still felt bad...
|by Maria Byrne
A thousand lights,
A brilliant hue,
A few words,
That only begin to describe you,
And words I haven't got,
Because you've stolen them,
From my heart,
They're yours to keep,
For words cannot describe you,
And dreams are there to stay,
As I look into your eyes,
I see something,
Or feel this world has never known,
And remember the memories,
That never did once die,
I turn again,
Searching for those eyes,
That hold the words,
I search for those eyes,
And they're not there.
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