Meggie Royer

As of late, my heart has been aching constantly, and I have been torn between picking up the broken pieces that I have left behind, or just sitting still, in my own filthy, misery.

For now, I am still. Thinking and writing about the person I have hoped to have a future with, but never will. The pains of unrequited love, have tattered very corner.
In order to find inspiration during this lonesome time of mine, I have been purchasing plenty of good reads. Especially books that consist of poetry, about heartache and loneliness. A book that made an impact on my fragile heart, was “Unrequited,” written by Meggie Royer. Her words healed the deepest wounds in my very heart. I was able to relate to what she wrote because, I had felt the very same way.
I have fallen in love with everything she has written, but there is a piece that stuck to me:
loss
i wish i had asked you
to remember me.
truth is, i know
i’m the first one
you’ll forget

It really struck a cord in me, I am always forgotten by the ones I think of most.

Here are just a couple of my poems that were inspired by the great, Meggie Royer.

soft winds

i believed you were
a storm
that had come here
to stay
but i learned i was
wrong
when i felt you,
another soft wind
that eventually left
-NW

disposable

he was all i was seeking
i treasured him
when i found him,
but all i was for him was
yet another
disposable memory,
one that he can throw away
and never lay is very eyes on
again

-NW

The brilliant Meggie Royer taught me to turn my sadness into art, and that is exactly what I chose to do, and I recommend that others do too.

Piece by the beautiful Noam

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