Poem: When Happiness Fades

Collecting pieces of my broken heart,
Has been torn apart since l last heard,
That you are far – Never for me to touch,
You left me here in this haunted couch.
Life is beautiful, but you took it away,
Everything is perfect, before you stay,
Thought I’ll never lose you to a devil’s bet,
Still we’re separated due to her set.

Regret to be the one you used to cherish,
Faithless as l am when you give me no bliss,
Prayers for you; Became cursed and damned,
That you will have no life to this attempt.
Curtain of depression,
Setting the stage of no expression,
I’m counting the days to your soul-departure,
Here, l prepared your funeral to my greatest adventure.

Sadness came from deep-within,
My love for you,
I’m not keen,
My desire for this relationship;
Ended without phrases,
That my life is not to be blamed.
Please release me,
To love you is already my past.

Church bells ring,
Hymns of innocence – Meant for serenity,
Waiting for someone to save me,
From this hell-bound situation I’m in,
Singing the pace in moderato,
Whispering words though the alley,
I’m steadfast to what l may be in my page,
For you to gain no authority towards my passage.

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