>When You Left

>When you left my body wept the dance of solitude
My mind screamed silently and I instantly got an attitude
I felt as if I wasn’t coming nor going
My heart was on my sleeve and I didn’t care if it was showing
I felt as if I couldn’t even take a breath
Daily I looked at a picture that you had left
My eyes would feel the sting of the tears that wouldn’t stop
I felt for someone else’s life that I’d like to swap
Everyday I woke to an inevitable nightmare
I did my days not really being aware
I couldn’t think let alone eat
And I would’ve killed for a good nights sleep
The day came when I cried no more
And I didn’t think the thoughts I had before
My body no longer involuntarily wept
My eyes looked upward to guide my steps
My mind became clearer as I challenged each new day
And as the weeks went on I learned to be thankful and pray
Here it is now many years later
I’m thanking God for the experience and the chance to become greater!

Published by Kai Mann

Empowering and educating others around the world about the nature of self love, self growth, and the importance of self equity that leads to authentic change and infinite transformation.

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