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Past Reference

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Past Reference

Where would I dine inside your heart
If I have felt love then I have feared pain
And If I have feared pain then I have tasted lust..


Where would I be had I not tasted your lips,
Had I not felt you sacredly inside?
You took over my being and held me captive till I could not see
And you stripped away all that I once knew.

I gave myself to only you
and you took that knowledge and ran away with my still beating heart
You coveted me with words of, "you knew"
"love", and, " I didn't mean to hurt you".

I shed so many tears longing just to have you
And you laughed in my face silently
Oh, what I wouldn't have given to be stronger in those earlier day's
and to see the sign of regret on your face.

I touched your malice
and I glimpsed into your black soul
I yielded the pain that kept your heart inside those walls
and I made you want to love again.

This was my pentence
Making all that have left me behind see they could truly love again
And from my past live's the pain I had dealt
Had now become my own.

I begged them not for forgiveness
Cause all that had been done to them
They had the gratification of doing it back to me.

Eternally I am sorry,
Have I not been punished enough?

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  1. Date: 5/24/2011 6:47:00 AM
    Thank you for posting and allowing us to enter into your world of poetry today. The diversity of our poets and their poetry here at PoetrySoup is astounding. It was my pleasure to read your poetry today Dana. Love, Carol