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by Jacob Silver Coman

Lying in my bed
Never sleeping, always thinking
Wondering why, why do I feel this way?
When all you do is lie...

In a hypnotic rage
I feel trapped in this lifeless cage
By the phone, awaiting its ring
It never does and I wonder- 'what will the future bring?'

Have I been forgotten?
Overshadowed by your new love
You threw out my feelings for you
With a kick and a shove

Look what you did to me.
It is the true me that I lack
If you are done slaying my soul
Please, I beg you, give it back

If I had one wish
I know what I would do
To forget the memories of us,
Just like you

A single tear rolls down my cheek
If you only cared to see
But, it is not for the loss of you
...It's for the loss of me.
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Poem ID: 4986   Poem Posted: 5/28/1998
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