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by Leigh Gilholm Fisher
copyright 08-16-2005

Age Rating: 7 +

You left me alone in the dark
Me heart in shattered pieces
Your words cut my heart like a knife
You cast me aside into darkness
You left me alone with a broken heart
After the pain and shock there were the tears
Falling down my checks and onto my broken heart
I feel so alone more than alone
The last human on earth
Your words paralyzed on the spot
But, now I am alone
Alone, with a broken heart
Shattered into millions of pieces
I stand and walk
I try to for get
But, the pain is to fresh
The wounds have have not stopped bleeding
But some day the wounds will heal
The scars will faid
And some day I will love again.
Some day
Some way
My heart will feel love once again
I will on longer be alone

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        04-28-2006     Euna Park        

This is just like "Joy's Sorrow". I don't know what to call it. Dark or not. You were very badly hurt, but you say that one day your wounds will heal, and you can love again one day. >.< You really make me frusturated, because the other poems of yours I read were normally one way or another.

Very vivid discriptions, and a good meaning. Good work!

        03-28-2006     Richard Reed Jr        


Great poem, as all your poems are, full of emotion, and vivid sensitivity.Your poems always move my heart, but somehow always leave me in sadness.

P.S. I know, I'm a real killer, but I wish you would try getting the same syllable count (or close) in every line of your poems, at least try a couple of short poems.

        10-22-2005     Lyra Meurer        

Aaah, how I love your depressing writing Leigh.

        10-06-2005     Kevin (Buddy) Ales        

Excellent work of poetry, Leigh! This is a great poem that describes being left alone, broken hearted, and such forth. There are only few minor grammar errors, but they are mostly un-noticeable. Great job, Leigh! ~Buddy~

        09-05-2005     SamiJo Mcquiston        

I agree with Roger, this is beautifully written.
I'v felt this way so often, and I always hope not to feel it again, but to love is to know pain, so I guess it's worth it. "Your word cut my heart like a knife" I think you meant "words" not "word". Keep up the good work.


        08-17-2005     Roger Crique        

I think this is a beautifully written poem. It flows very nicely and your words cling with passion and despair. There are a few mistakes, like the word, faid, it should be fade, for get, should be, forget, and, "But, the pain is to fresh," the word, to, should be, too. But I like the fact that you understand that once you fall, you must get up again and that there is always hope for a broken heart. Time heals all wounds.

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