My Facade of Sanity

by Mezmeryz   Jul 24, 2010


The love is lost, it has stolen all,
The pain of loneliness remains.
Reminiscences swallowed by the past,
And we have now misplaced its reigns.

If you were not my life and soul,
It would have been okay.
How do I explain to my stubborn heart?
No need now to display its bouquet.

Change has devoured your mind.
Yet the promises set aside,
Leave me lodged between hope
And reality; in which I reside.

Pretence is the final game.
My facade to uphold sanity:
'I am not moved by the change';
As acknowledgment may be vanity.

What greater wound can a soul bear?
Deep are depths of pains display;
When someone becomes your life,
Then takes your life away.

0


Did You Like This Poem?

Latest Comments

  • 7 years ago

    by Brix Ambray

    Wonderfully made...nice poem

  • 7 years ago

    by TJ Arizona Eagle

    Every word rang true like a bell of crystal, clear and loud. You could have taken my emotions and with them wrote this poem.
    Great mix of emotion and longing.
    excellent

  • 7 years ago

    by Fsams

    Mournful and well written. The flow is flawless and I really like reading this one. The final stanza of the poem really touched me! I feel so sorry for you if it really happened. Wish the wound would heal soon :D

    Great job.

    Take care,
    Fsams

  • 7 years ago

    by chind

    Beautiful! really it was, i actually loved how this poem ended, it just tied everything together and it was perfect for this piece! Unfortunately, i dont have anything to say that would make this piece better because really, it was great!

    'Reminiscences swallowed by the past,
    And we have now misplaced its reigns.'
    - that was my favourite line right there! good work (Y)