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In Thoughts

In Thoughts

written by: Joseph K. Wells



To say, I still think of you, will be a lie.
But in my thoughts, you are, till I die.

Yes, we were young; I was but your toy.
Yet broken is this old heart of that boy.

Still invisible to you, wish I could just once see,
the kind of person you’ve now turned out to be.

No, I don’t wish to meet you; I’ve nothing to say.
Memories are choked to silence, muted to this day.

I don’t think of you; that story was way in the past.
But hope I am in your thoughts, even if that’s the last.

Joseph K. Wells

Joseph K. Wells

Joseph K. Wells is a businessman, doctor of occupational therapy, part-time professor and a few wannabes from time to time. Since he began publishing in 2016, his poems have found a home in over a dozen journals and lit mags. A selection of his published works is available from PAPER ON WEB on WordPress.
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