Heartache

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On that day my soul grew longing

Once I sat engaged and tapping

Once upon a midnight happy

Much I marvelled the splendid humiliation

In a kingdom full of ignominies

I awoke and flung the homesickness

When I thought of the heartache

I heard a dread, silent regretting

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I love writing that leaves you hanging on by imagination & then reelin’ ya back in by pulling on your heartstrings. See more at my pub Slinging Some Ink.

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A.j Thomas

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I love writing that leaves you hanging on by imagination & then reelin’ ya back in by pulling on your heartstrings. See more at my pub Slinging Some Ink.

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