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This poem is about wanting to forget someone you truly loved despite the fact that you are indeed strangers to each other.

Rescission: The Unmaking Of Love

© Harvey Rose Teliaken

I wish to wake up one day,
in my heart you're no where to be found.
All the memories of love be gone forever,
Like when I never knew you.

Moments of love with you is just a fantasy
I seek to be freed from this delusional bliss.
Restore my heart from its original state
Like when I never knew you.

Indeed I was enchanted,
in my life you're all I suddenly wanted.
Like the fastest bullet train, that hit me like a hurricane.
Yet sadly you never knew me.

I dreamed a dream about us
Walking in a seaside, side by side
You hugged me tight beyond the twilight
Yet sadly you never knew me.

Let this be the day, to end this agony.
I'm letting go of this love, letting go of you
Let this be the day, I'm back to the old me
Restored to the day, like it never happened.

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Published: 5/15/2018

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We two form a multitude

- Ovid

Love is composed of a single soul inhabiting two bodies.

- Aristotle