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The Woman He Loved

A poem

By Gal MuxPublished about a year ago 1 min read
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The Woman He Loved
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Dived into deep oceans together, climbed steep mountains

Into the stormy seas we sailed

So intense the triumphs and the pains

Taking this glorious tour

Round the world in his mighty strong arms. 

Artic to Antarctica,

Cairo to Capetown. 

Together I wished for forever. He made it feel like an eternal flame.

In the moment I didn't even realise that the reason he took me along,

Only reason he took me,

Not to be alone in it, was to have his heart fade away, from the woman he loved.

heartbreak
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About the Creator

Gal Mux

Lover of all things reading & writing, 🥭 &

🍍salsas, 🍓 & vanilla ice cream, MJ & Beyoncé.

Nothing you learn is ever wasted - Berry Gordy

So learn everything you can.

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  • Dharrsheena Raja Segarranabout a year ago

    No one deserves to be used by another person to get over or move on from their past lover. It's just so painful. Loved your poem!

  • Heather Hublerabout a year ago

    Ugh. This felt like the rebound relationship, doomed from the start but only one side knows. I felt all of it, fantastic work :)

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