My Faded Melody Still Plays For You

by Void   Nov 28, 2007


Pen on my paper, words on my lips
and only a teardrop of ink left to give.
I'll squeeze it, I'll etch it -take blood from my heart.
Just to show you the side of me, that's been torn apart.

I'll paint you a picture, with the brush I have made.
The piece of my soul, that - for you- has remained.
It's stayed for your smile, but is only one bristle strong
-Yet it dances with colour (that's been yours all along)

The wick of my spirit, disappears in your flame
-but when I fade away, I'll remember your name.

Pen on my paper, words on my lips
This tiny bit left of me, is all I can give.

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Dedicated for those of you who love someone, unconditionally, with nothing returned.

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  • 11 years ago

    by Shane Peate

    Very well-constructed piece. You write with detailed and specific imagery that is right on. I know I haven't been around in a while but I'm thinking of coming back to writing even though my stay here was brief as it was before. Nice to see you're still writing.

  • 12 years ago

    by WaitAutumn

    Love the images you've given - -teardrop of ink- -words on my lips-

    -Just to show you the side of me, that's been torn apart.- feels like.. the writer, really wants-needs to other to feel and see that
    -torn apart- as if desperate.

    i loved the message in the end.
    Just amplifies the whole poem.

    very true.
    loved it n_n
    5/5

  • 12 years ago

    by Polaroid

    The emotion you put into that was phenominal, I liked how you devoted it to a group of lost lovers... I also really liked the little piece of personification (If thats the right word) you put into it: the painting, brush, paint ect.

    another great one

    polaroid

  • 12 years ago

    by kevin Boundy AKA the ghost

    Great poem i wouldnt change anything its got a kind of rythm that flows through it perfectly keep up the good work

  • 12 years ago

    by justeene

    Brilliant poem, your words flowed so freely, nothing bad to say about it well done and keep it up
    Jussie