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Some Feelings Never Die

by Jason Ray Morton 2 days ago in love poems
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A poem for lost loves.

Image by Alan from Pixabay

Miles apart, and worlds away

not that it matters

Always in my heart, even today

miss you at times, my heart shatters

Powerful and forever

stronger than any wrong done by you

my heart and yours together

even when nothing I can do

Reaching through space

and remembering fondly our time

Seeing your face

and your eyes gazing at mine

Somethings are immortal

not everything dies

It's only being mortal

saving from an eternity of lonely cries

The grief of the world around

the struggle is real

not a cure to be found

somethings force me to feel

Better to have, and lost

than never to have at all

Rushed to pay that cost

since that first day and your call

Always, I remember

the sweetness of your smile

In my heart still together

despite that forever mile

Heaven scent and returned

lucky to have known for a while

One regret that left me spurned

our broken hearts in a pile

In the depths of hell, a heart can still warm they say,

your memory with me for eternity

Maybe again to see you someday

it'd all be worth it to me

Some feelings never die

sending my heart to you

Imagining a place in the sky

imagining you're looking there too

Some feelings never die

love poems

About the author

Jason Ray Morton

I have always enjoyed writing and exploring new ideas, new beliefs, and the dreams that rattle around inside my head. I have enjoyed the current state of science, human progress, fantasy and existence and write about them when I can.

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