Loveless, A Poem

Sorrow be the name
of my spirit.
It is two-fold and
bears your face
a reminder always
of what I have lost.

Will you haunt me always?
Will the memory of your kiss
continue to pluck me from sleep?
I have tried to forget your touch
but my own will wasn’t enough.

My love, my own sweet
bitter love, perhaps
come back to me
or else you terrible devil of a
man release your hold on me.

C. Louise Williams

This poem was inspired by prompt #2 of the 365 prompt challenge on

The mentally ill know.
.     .    .   .  . ……………………….to imagine beyond………………………. . .  .   .    .      .

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