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Death of Our Love

We don't speak.
Can you hear what I cannot say...
Or have we forgotten how to listen.
We are so near each other.
As near as a star set
apart by galaxies.
Love is gone.

I hold my book.
You, your paper - I fear we
have lost ourselves over
morning coffee...
orange juice...
I set my book aside, look for another.
Love is gone.

We fill hours alone - together.
We don't speak.
Hours pass - days - years-
I could touch you, but I
cannot reach that far.
Love is gone.

Copyright © Patricia Langston-Moran

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  1. Date: 8/30/2008 6:17:00 PM
    this is a heart-wrenching write, one that pulls at your heart strings, hoepfully you and he can move past the hurt, and demise and find the love you had at first, I will pray for you and your family, take care D-nyce