You Need To Know That I Need You More

Come to me from the grave.
Cure my heartbroken self.
Listen to my mortal cries.
Embrace me in the night.  

It was the day when I lost you.
I stood in misery and felt the wounds.
Everything spun to nothing.
The day you left, I died.  

May the gods save me here.
Other than loving you,
I’ve nothing to love.
And this unloved, I’ve died.  

I won’t see, nor hear you.
The day you left, I died.
And dying is seeing no tomorrow.
You need to know that I need you more.

2012

 

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About chester maynes

poet, and a lover of music and books.
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40 Responses to You Need To Know That I Need You More

  1. RoSy says:

    Very touching.

  2. Love the line: “Everything spun to nothing.”
    Very evocative.

  3. nightlake says:

    sentimental..expressed well

  4. Depressing. Chester, please take time to recover from loss and longing. Find a way through words and friends to bring sunshine into your life.

  5. unfetteredbs says:

    I am with susan…we need to resurrect you 🙂 keep writing and be well!

  6. Jennifer Worrell says:

    Writing is so cathartic! I hope your pen will bring you through this difficult time. I am so sorry for your loss.

  7. Ash says:

    Beautiful 🙂

  8. areebakafeel says:

    This is a wonderful poem. Thanks a lot chester for stopping by my blog and following it too 🙂

  9. gary cluckie says:

    Deeply touching,words can help so much.

  10. TarekOfCairo says:

    Please tell me this fictional, feels awfully painful …

  11. Mennah M says:

    I have been through a similar situation ans your words hit a nerve ! Well expressed I might add 😀

  12. eebrinker says:

    an equality of insight

  13. Jeni Johnson says:

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  14. Wow- this is amazing 🙂

  15. TriciaAllDay says:

    Beautiful but very sad at the time.

  16. The emotional upsurge when the love one is lost is really very upsetting. It upsets the entire life cycle. The emotional depictions in the above poem is really great.

  17. Paithiam says:

    Thanks for sharing. Evocative words that resonates.

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