Hiatus, poetry written by Kay Chilowvaeh at Spillwords.com
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Hiatus

Hiatus

written by: Kay Chilowvaeh

 

I thought of you today. What was, and what could have been? Many memories flood my mind. Some good and some sin. Tears stream down my face as I get more in-depth with the truth. The reality of your loss is still something I can’t conclude. Time has paused for us. Frozen in despair. My heart is in overdrive desperately trying to repair; All the heartache I’m left with. Alone and still confused. You were and always have been my melody of the poetic muse. A light within my darkness, a fulfillment that makes me complete. My heart is so ever peaceful when you’re lying next to me. Tranquility within my depths, sweet whispers of eye pattering coy. Heart tremendously full from blessed lovestruck joy. Now just a memory paused and in a haze. Each day brings me heartache as my mind continues to replay. Heart forever yearning; pounding for your touch. Beats so ever steady from missing you so much. I can’t fathom your presence distant, for you’re so close within my thoughts. Eyes closed, even open, you’re within reach but realistically not. Sadness quickly invades, casting a fog of unbearable truth. You’re gone but somehow present as if our love was frozen and instilled. I pray someday we’re reunited, as one; a whole heart infused. For our love shall not be forgotten: Forever eternity our love concludes.

Kay Chilowvaeh

Kay Chilowvaeh

My name is Kellie McGarvey. I'm from New Hampshire; born and raised. I am married to the most amazing man whom I have 4 beautiful girls and a handsome stepson with. I enjoy writing my poems, walking the seashore and spending time with friends and family.
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