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Insomniac: A Thought


A Thought

Next to my blossoming tears
Were my never ending words
To the cries of my pen
To the names of my men

The superfluous works of my hands
Were derived from my heart
The twists of its beat
My a song of how we met

The symbolism is you
Pulling you out of the blue
At last it's the end
I thought we were more than friends

© 2019 Crezyl


Crezyl (author) from Philippines on December 24, 2019:

Wow Ruby, i don't know if I'll be sad or happy for your headache but I am blessed to have your presence here. Thank you ♥

Ruby Jean Richert from Southern Illinois on December 24, 2019:

I thought of heartache when I read this. The emotions are familiar. Loved this!

Crezyl (author) from Philippines on December 23, 2019:

Lora, I am so in love with your words. I will thank you more for feeling that way and it makes me happy to share this to everyone. Lora, my poems were my experience too, I just got 20 and my teenage life have contributed a lot in the feelings that I am investing in my poems. It's my pleasure to take you back to your youth Lora. Surely being in love is one of the most amazing things in the world! Blessings ❤

Lora Hollings on December 22, 2019:

Emotions overflow in your poem, Crezyl. Many people can't express emotion let alone write it. You can do both, however, with no restraint. Indeed, your writing is spontaneous and fresh. You make me feel like I'm a teenager again and looking back at those days when love seemed to rule our lives and it was easy to develop a crush on someone! And I really mean that as a compliment. Thank you for taking me back to those amazing years.

Crezyl (author) from Philippines on December 22, 2019:

Oh Jason! I am overwhelmed, I hope the person whom I dedicated this poem can feel that way too. Much love Jason ❤ thank you always!

Crezyl (author) from Philippines on December 22, 2019:

Thank you for that Brenda. I truly appreciated your presence here. You and the people here always makes me smile. This poem is somehow a reflection of some parts of my life, am grateful that you liked it. God bless you Brenda ❤

Crezyl (author) from Philippines on December 22, 2019:

Thank you Pamela for reading it. I am very much happy that you understood its story, hearts to you ❤

Crezyl (author) from Philippines on December 22, 2019:

Thank you always John. Love your words ❤

Crezyl (author) from Philippines on December 22, 2019:

Hello Dominique! I'm glad you enjoyed it. Thank you for visiting my hub ❤

Crezyl (author) from Philippines on December 22, 2019:

Thank you Eric ❤

Jason Nicolosi from AZ on December 22, 2019:

Outstanding poem Crezyl. Your pen cries beautiful words that touch my heart. I loved this one.

BRENDA ARLEDGE from Washington Court House on December 22, 2019:


Your heartfelt emotions allow your inner feelings to pour out.

I love how this starts with tears giving the pen never ending words.

At the end...the story is finally finished.

That's just the way it happens and we can breathe a sigh of relief until the next thought jumps from our hearts.

Great write.

Pamela Oglesby from Sunny Florida on December 22, 2019:

I like this poem and think it really tells a story. Nice work Crezyl.

John Hansen from Queensland Australia on December 22, 2019:

Oh, the cries of our pens! Another emotion-packed poem. Good work Crezyl.

Dominique Cantin-Meaney from Montreal, Canada on December 22, 2019:

Great poem. Well written. I enjoyed it.

Eric Dierker from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A. on December 22, 2019:

Pretty cool.

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