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Poetry By On June 24, 2019

First Love

I tell you everything, and I know all your secrets. You tell me about your day, but I already know every word you’re going to say. You know what makes me smile and I know what keeps you up at night. I tell you all my fears and you tell me all the places you want to go. You hold…

Poetry By On June 21, 2019

There Next to Her

Sitting inside my car. Seeing you there at the bar. I know you see me too, even if you don’t want to. Wish I stayed in tonight Pieces of my heart now in a fight   -2012

Blogger By On June 20, 2019

Shirley Cuypers Where I Ache Review

Favourite poems: Lay With Me Never Meant to be Mine Morning Battle Day A Night in the Darkness Wears on You Like a Lifetime The Enemy It’s (NOT) That Easy Everything You are Makes You Perfectly You History Says I’ll End Us Worthy Grieving Stop Asking Me How I’m Doing   Read the full review here at Shirley Cuypers

Poetry By On June 17, 2019

Blood Clot

You were the one who did the heartbreaking Now all I’m trying to do is stop all the pain and aching.   -2012

Poetry By On June 12, 2019

Never

If you think you had me, you didn’t. If you think I want you, I don’t. Never needed you, never wanted you, never missed you. I don’t want to hate you but you just make it so easy. -2012  

Poetry By On June 7, 2019

Your Hold on Me

I don’t know why I try to move on but I guess you can see how far I’ve gone. I just want to be free Oh, but you got a hold on me.   -2012

Poetry By On June 5, 2019

Still Holding On

Don’t go, because I can’t move on I need you, please hold me. what am I to say when I miss you more and more each day. I’ve been miserable ever since you walked out that door.     -2012

Poetry By On June 3, 2019

Moving On and Moving Out

Packed all my bags, Picking up my heart at your door. Left your love on the bedroom floor. This is what it means to not make it to forever. -2012

Blogger By On May 28, 2019

Where I Ache by @DDateable — The Book Lover’s Boudoir

Where I Ache is broken up into six chapters ranging from themes such as depression, jealousy, death, and strength. These are delicate subjects to talk about and most people avoid them because of the uncomfortable vulnerability. I’ve always written and shared my poetry with the hope that readers would relate and feel less alone. I […] via Where I Ache by…