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Finding out who we are is a hard lesson. Finding out who our loved ones truly are is even harder.


© Morgan Schutte

You entered my life like a wild summer breeze,
And changed my world like an ever changing sea.
You brought such beauty, you brought such joy,
You showed me a man in a world full of boys.

Years would soon pass like the ever changing wind,
Feelings soon fading like a harsh tide rolling in.
Words would be spoken words that no ears should ever hear,
Hearts would be broken like no heart should ever feel.

A love that was magical has now turned to stone,
The man I once loved, has shown no signs that he's grown.

He's still learning and hurting all that he's touches,
Proud of each golden heart that his hand eventually rusted.

The man I once loved was merely a dream,
pure fiction, unwell written, not at all how he seemed.

That story's now over and I truly must say,
I have grown since that time and my foolishness ways.

I have learned love is painful and often shows little joy,
for it's only a heartache from a heartless boy.


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Published: August 2017

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We two form a multitude

- Ovid

Love is composed of a single soul inhabiting two bodies.

- Aristotle