This Is The Woman I Lost

By:Maid Corbic

the antipathy I created for myself

I can't forgive myself for some mistakes

because I'm a man from a very old time

who never understood the meaning of that kind of love

which I often received for a little attention

 

tenderness I composed was once upon a time for you

but I am no longer your esteemed man

when I hurt you in a more disgusting way

she is the woman I lost for the rest of my life

because I did not understand the meaning of sincere love

 

I never asked her for much

just a sign of love that everything is fine with me

and you gave it with joy sincerely

and I often neglected my problems

because I did not understand that love is self-worship

 

and when the days go by I realize only one thing

that this is the woman I lost

all because of love I neglected unfortunately

even you but the family that is holy to me

because I can't humiliate my fiancé for that

 

she was whenever it was necessary

she knew she understood me and my condition

but I did not realize that she was an honest woman

and I lost her all because of my deception

I will never forgive myself again

because she left me when she found out about it

 

the door was torn down after the departure of the njazein

the world no longer existed for me and never will

I can't go back in time

I can only come to terms with my actions

that I am a deceiver of hard times of bad

and that I deserve to be alone forever

 

because that's why I still want to have you by my side

it is a woman I have lost forever

because she is now with a better man than me

and I can only see where it is clear. because time does not go back, nor can it ever

because every coincidence cannot be forgiven anymore!

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Maid Corbic is 21 years old from Tuzla. In his spare time he writes poetry that is repeatedlypraised as well as rewarded. He also selflessly helps others around him and he is moderatorof the World Literature Forum WLFPH (World Literature Forum Peace and Humanity) forhumanity and peace in the world in Bhutan. He is also the editor of the First Virtual Art portalled by Dijana Uherek Stevanovic, and the selector of the competition at a page of the samename that aims to bring together all poets around the world. Many works have also beenpublished in anthologies and journals (Chile, Spain, Ecuador, Bosnia and Herzegovina, SanSalvador, United Kingdom, Indonesia, India, Croatia, Serbia, etc.) as well as printed copiesof the anthology of poems "Sea in the palm of your hand" , "Stories from Isolation", "Kosovo Peony", and others.