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Brooke

Updated: Mon, 13 Jul 2020 08:06 am

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I am a very new writer. I enjoy reading and writing poetry.some of these are just my thoughts and feelings

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the way you left me. I met you last summer You looked at me like the others The time we spent was sure no bummer We talked and laughed with one another The day had to come You had to spread your wings and fly My heart was beating like a drum; As I hugged you goodbye You left a hole in my heart We never thought of each other like this before I knew I shouldn’t have trusted you from the start When you carelessly tore my feelings apart Our 2am FaceTime calls; Talking about our life We were separated by all these walls Your cold heart cut me like a knife The way you talked about her killed me inside I sat and listened hoping you’d ask about me My feelings, I always had to hide Looking into your eyes I felt free Then it hit, like hail falling from the sky You used me when you had nobody else I was never first, I promised I wouldn’t cry I’m better than this, I told myself Goodbye I said , as tears streamed down my face The look you gave me is still in my mind I walked away feeling free from the chase Next it was myself I had to find

All poems are copyright of the originating author. Permission must be obtained before using or performing others' poems.

Blog entries by Brooke

inside (12/11/2020)

cycles (26/10/2020)

where is my mind (12/10/2020)

shower drain (30/09/2020)

small minds (26/07/2020)

big lots (13/07/2020)

fall semester (13/07/2020)

austin (13/07/2020)

one night (07/07/2020)

the bus (07/07/2020)

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Blog link: https://www.writeoutloud.net/blogs/brooke

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Comments

d.knape

Wed 14th Oct 2020 03:10

thanks for your comments on
"when someone dies"
it put a lot into it
it took a lot out of me.

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Paul Sayer

Tue 7th Jul 2020 15:05

By the Grace of...

Hi Grace it is great to see you back posting.

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Brooke E Addison

Tue 20th Mar 2018 04:01

lovely poem!

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