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We'll always have Paris

A place I can never return

By Tatiana GreyPublished about a year ago 1 min read
We'll always have Paris
Photo by Denys Nevozhai on Unsplash

In Paris, by the Seine

Where lovers' hearts did reign

I stood alone, my heart in pain

A love that once was mine

The Eiffel Tower stood tall

But my heart felt so small

As memories of you

Flooded through my mind

The streets of Montmartre

Where we once danced

Now echo with the sound

Of my broken heart's chance

The croissants and the wine

Could not ease my pain

For in this city of love

I am but a lonely refrain

The Louvre and Notre Dame

Remind me of our past

But now my heart is broken

Our love could not last

In Paris, by the Seine

I'll mend my heart in time

But for now, I'll remember

The love that once was mine

heartbreaksad poetry

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Tatiana Grey

Poet. Spiritualist. Witch.

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Comments (2)

  • Kuro Seijaku about a year ago

    I love your imagery every word feels as though it creates the streets of Paris within my mind. Well done!

  • Genevieve Blackstoneabout a year ago

    Lovely xx

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