Broken Hearted, change in people, Losing Someone, poem, Poetry, sadness

A Bigger Smile

Sitting side by side with our faces on our phones.
We look like we’re together, but it feels we’re all alone.
We have our own worlds now with barriers thick as stone.
Our memories are no longer embedded deep within our bones.

We used to hug each other and talk for hours.
We used to laugh at lovers who prefer chocolates and flowers.
For we knew that our love would never grow old and sour.
But somehow it ended up losing all of its power.

Now we don’t even talk like we’re friends anymore.
We now look like people who’ve lost all their amor.
But maybe it’s for the best that we broke our hearts on the floor.
Maybe the best thing we did was slam the door.

It’s only been 4 months, but you look happier, yes you do.
Your smile is twice as bigger, compared to when I was with you.
And don’t worry I won’t take it personal that you’ve found someone new.
Because I realized something that is painfully true;
You certainly look happier when I’m not with you.

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Broken Hearted, dogs, losing a pet, pets, poem, Poetry

Green

Dark blue eyes filled with energy and joy.
Black and shiny fur that brushes against your hands.
When she sees you, she’ll hug you as she stands.
Then she will play with you for ages, if you get her favorite toy.

Unlimited stamina and undying energy.
She’ll literally run with you until her powers are empty.
It was never a dull moment with her being around.
Because she was brimming with happiness that she uses to surround.

Surround people with laughter and bliss,
She’d then jump on your lap to give you a kiss.
She was a sweet and loving dog who would take away my frown.
She’d make me giggle and laugh, and I’d no longer be down.

She’s the best dog and it was a privilege to have been,
A part of her world and saw the things I have seen.
To see her grow from a puppy, reach eleven months and between.
You’ve changed my life and I love you and I miss you Green.

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Broken Hearted, dogs, losing a pet, pets, poem, Poetry

Goodbye My Faithful Companion

You were the one who welcomed me home.
You were the one who soothed my weary bones.
You were the reason why I called this place my own.
But it was your time to pass away alone.

You were the one who made me laugh.
You were the one who made me happy, even though I was sad.
You sailed happily with me in a not so stable raft.
But it was time for you to go and leave what you had.

Your tail was as strong as your spirit and it would wag in delight.
You would sleep beside me, though there were no lights.
You made everyone happy by being funny and full of sprite.
But it was finally your time to take flight.

You were the most loyal companion I have ever had.
You taught me how to love, especially when things went bad.
You would want to play with me in times that I’m mad.
But it was time for you to leave, a reality that’s quite sad.

So now I say to you the simplest truth in my heart.
I didn’t want for both of us to part.
But I have to let you go and move on.
But I will keep your memory alive as I carry on.

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Broken Hearted, Depression, messy relationships, poem, Poetry, reality, tired of people

I Can’t Take This Anymore

Do you know what it feels to be ripped apart?
Like having your guts turned inside out?
I bet you never experienced the truest feeling of a broken heart.
How could you feel it, when you’re the one constantly dishing out.

Dishing out pain and misery, making ourselves gloomy.
You claim that those thoughts just come out and you can’t control it.
Like the rising tides, for you those emotions are a part normality.
Though I knew you were consumed by your chaotic habits,
I still mistook your insanity as a thing of beauty.

But now I see that this just can’t be.
I can’t live with you and you can’t live with me.
A life with you would only be a tragedy
And I would sacrifice temporal bliss to become genuinely happy.

You see me as the one at fault, you see me as the enemy.
You see me as the one who corrupted your joyful memory.
You see me as the one who caused you so much envy.
You see me as the one who betrayed your trust as a partner and family.

You keep bringing up the past as if those memories could last.
Yet you seem to have forgotten a simple fact you don’t want to grasp.
The fact that you control what your mind entertains.
You can’t control what comes to it, but you can choose which thoughts to keep or flush down the drain.

You keep on demonizing me for mistakes that weren’t even that bad.
You keep complaining about your heartache and that I’m just like my dad.
You keep on killing me with the words you say.
Yet you act like you’re the one who’s the victim every single day.

It’s not like I cheated on you and had sex with someone else.
Oh yeah, I forgot, you’re a scorpio which makes you super intuitive, right?
So answer me this, how many times have I, without a doubt cheated, do you have a guess?
The answer is zero, you poisonous arachnid trite.

Yeah I talk to girls and yes, I’ve sent a text message to a girl with a kiss.
Now I’m not trying to cover myself, but to be fair,
She was my best friend’s nephew and I simply thought of her as a little sis.
It’s not like I had a plan to bang her, like that would be disgusting.
I’d feel like I was having sex with my best dude like brokeback mountain.
But we’re not done yet, oh you still have some flair.
You even took the liberty to say you spoiled my unfaithful intentions as if it was there.

Well now it’s time to shut up girl, I’m tired of your nagging.
It’s time we faced the music because we had this one coming.
We tried to fix it and there were times we thought we could.
But this never ending cycle is the biggest proof that we’re better off alone as we should.

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Broken Hearted, losing a pet, poem, Poetry

A Tribute For You

Hey there Lazy boy, I wonder how you are.
I wonder what you’re doing up in the star.
I wonder if your running around the sky liked you used to.
I wonder if you’re lying down on those fluffy clouds too.

You know what Lazy boy, we miss you a lot.
We miss how you slept like a baby sloth.
We miss the way you’d around the house.
You kept running on circles like an ecstatic mouse.

I miss the way we used to play.
I miss the times we’d take you on a walk every Sunday.
I miss the way you’d chew on your squeaky toy.
I miss the way you’d annoy us ’cause you were a naughty boy.

Those were such happy times and I remember them vividly.
I remember everything and how you were always so jolly.
Those days were amazing and they can’t be replaced with money.
I will forever cherish your wonderful memory.

Though we are in grief because God took you home.
We know deep down that you’re not alone.
You have claimed your place among your brethren.
You now live peacefully and joyfully in the high heaven.

Lazy boy, we know you’re watching us.
We know you’re looking down and wagging your tail at us.
We love you Lazy boy and we know you love us too.
We miss you Lazy and we will never forget you.

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