About the Poem
This poem deals with the feelings of an individual who has broken up with his significant other. It is something that a majority of people feel after losing the one you love. At least, this is how I felt at the time. Breaking up is something that takes time to get over for some people.
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What's gone? My mind?
Soul? No, I'm fine
Deep inside, something is missing
The love and tender kissing
She walked out herself
Now all I do is talk to myself
in the mirror, with my reflection
My heart is dead
Soon it will make a resurrection
Once the wounds heal
And I'm loved for real
A type of love I can feel
But nobody loves me
Nobody loves me
That nobody is me
I can't love myself because no one does
I'm all alone and no longer what I once was
But the only thing that keeps me alive
Is knowing that the next day, it might all change
For the best
And that "nobody" becomes somebody
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