Description: What are you looking for in terms of feedback? this actualy about 2 different guys both called chris. They both left without saying goodbye
I to try hold back my all tears
As the memories come flooding in
The song that broke my heart
The heart that was stolen by him
I recall the words we shared
The way we talked and what we said
Our eyes were filled with love
And our hearts didnít feel like lead
His voice was soft and kind
His smile was unconfident and weak
Everyone always judged him
Before they let him speak
His blue eyes spoke a thousand words
And sang of heartbreak and sorrow
He could speak to me without words
And he always lived for tomorrow
I cried the day he left
The day I found his note
I wonder where he is right now
And why he never once wrote
Didnít he say he loved me?
Or was it just an exaggeration
Iím not even sure he was real
Was he just my imagination?
He said heíd never leave me
So why did go away
Why didnít he say he was going?
Why didnít I have a say?
All I want is him here
Or at least to know where heís gone
He left me here alone
Alone and tired and torn
"Didnít he say he loved me? Or was it just an exaggeration Iím not even sure he was real Was he just my imagination?"
...I love this line because it's something that I've thought about writing, but didn't know how to, and you've conquered my goal, nice. But yeah, I love this piece, and it's so ironic, how the two guys' names are Chris, but the thing that I like most is that it brings me back to my song "I loved you to bits" I guess someone can relate to mine as well as I did to yours
Quite a captivating right. One hint it's spelled heartbreak, not heart brake. Other than that it's very good. I liked these lines "I'm not sure he was even real Was he just my imagination?" Adds a new sort of depth to it, offering a very interesting idea or surprise.
I can relate to this poem in a lot of ways. It was very captivating, emotional, and very, very heartfelt. I'm sorry that you went through and are most likely still going through this much pain. Thanks for sharing this, I know that it must've been hard.