You were the only dream

You were the only dream I had.
You were all that ever mattered.
And when you turned your eyes from me
Then my dream, my heart, they shattered.

Among the ruins of my dream
I walked and wept alone and then
I gave this promise to myself:
To never cry for love again.

I sealed my soul with seven locks
And then I threw away the key.
I have become a prisoner,
But in my prison I am free.




Poetry by Maglor
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Written on 2005-05-30 at 19:14

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wee2souls
a heart felt poem in this read
lovely read :))
hugs
cindy
2006-08-24


Mike Ingram
It sounds like you're writing the hurt away...which is excellent! AND your poetry seems to get better and better with each write (and I enjoyed the 1st one)!

I'd've rated the others, but didn't see the option til now!
2005-06-10


spacer
Dreams get shattered and you suffer. But in your prison you are free, locked inside of your own soul. It could be worse. *S* I like your poem.
2005-05-31