Love Like Ours

Poem Love Like Ours Podcast by Ray Brown.

I don’t want to bury myself yet.
I am not dead enough to die yet.
I tell myself not to worry.
I told myself there is no hurry.
I felt I shouldn’t get too close too soon.
I told myself I am going to give you that love to hold.
But you’re gone now, where did you go?
I feel alone now, it’s cold every night now.
I am sleepless in my thoughts as they race through the spaces of time and energy.
I try to breathe properly after our kiss and noticed I was never me again.
I can’t lose another life trying to find you.
My sight seems a little blurry as I can’t seem to find you.
The dead told me that I can’t love, cause I’ll break and I’ll worry.
I should just make you my art, get obsessed in the dark and feel connected.
I knew all along, that this would fall apart, cause our love was too expensive.

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