Left Behind

Left Behind short poem

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Remember the day we met?
Our hearts beating fast
But minds were set
Everything else was last

I made you mine
You made me yours’
There were many signs
Love was at the front door

Now I’m broke
My face is drowned in tears
Love isn’t a joke
Please…..don’t come near

You’ve found your new love
I’ve nothing to find
To me…your heart is above
My heart is left behind

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V.MUTHU MANICKAM
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Well written. Thanks for sharing Prabhu!

Preeti
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When you are left behind, trampled by your love…touched my heart!

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