Melt – a poem by Lis Goodwin

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I knew when I met you, you’d hurt me.

I saw the bitter disappointments of your past

And thought I could out-weigh them.

 

The see-saw tottered for all those years – yet I felt I’d won;

Then you walked away – tired, you said – exhausted by my kindness and my care,

when you were used to abuse.

 

My weight – my love – was too soft for you.

Lis Goodwin ©2016

Thank you / mulţumesc to Alex Blajan for the inspirational photograph. You can find Alex at www.unsplash.com/alexb

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‘I Do Not Love You Except Because I Love You’ – a poem by Pablo Neruda

This poem is full of longing – so beautiful. I hope you enjoy it.

Best wishes

Lis Goodwin – your voice coach.

www.gloriousvoicecoaching.com