There's NO more addicting love than the one you cannot have.
Love is an incredible thing. There's nothing like seeing the love a mother has for a child, a daughter for her father, a girlfriend for her boyfriend, a husband for his wife. It's beautiful to witness and really lucky to find.
When it's right, love can be all you need in life. Success is achieved through happiness, and happiness is reached through love. Once you've got, don't lose it — it can be incredibly difficult to find again.
Instagram poet Cindy Cherie has obviously had many trying experiences with love and loss, and you can see through her enchanting writing that it takes a toll on the soul.
She has a really amazing way of conveying what love means to her and how significant a role it plays in her life. Heartbreak and loss certainly isn't anything she's afraid to touch upon either. Readers can expect to see love from every aspect in her poems — even some of the messiest details.
Cindy has this powerful way of writing that will give you all the feels — from lovey dovey, to heartache, to oh-my-god-that's-so-true. Relatable and brutally honest, she's sure to resonate with anyone who reads her work.
Go ahead and take a look at 15 of her most heartbreaking love poems that are sure to give you goosebumps.
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"I don't know if love dies or we just become more alive? All I know is there's air in these lungs again and my heart no longer beats for you."
"Stories weigh heavy in his eyes, cinnamon tales of cities I've never been. Fragments of moments I cease to exist. It's curious is it not? The pull of human connection? Part of me knows he'll never be mine, the other wants to travel back in time and lay alongside him in all the places he ever felt lonely."
"There is something about falling in love with a beautiful mind that makes me crave their skin. As if gripping onto the back of his shoulders whilst my body is pressed beneath his is all I've left to save me from drowning."
"One of my greatest fears is I will die without finding a single soul who knows what to do with all this fire behind my eyes."
"I once heard that when we die our life flashes before us at the speed of light; every moment; every breath; every tear, smile, failure, success, hope, dream, regret. Not only do we re-live our entire existence in the blink of an eye but experience it with exquisite magnitude the impact we made on the lives of those we graced. Or so I've heard...
Is that not the most harrowing act of poetic justice?
If you, my love, are subjected to but an ounce of the pain you put me through may God have mercy on your soul."
"I found a picture of us, collecting dust in the bottom of that drawer I no longer open today — we look so happy.
'A picture says a thousand words,' I remember you saying, lips pressed to my cheek. Looking at it now, you were right. Sometimes they're just all lies."
"In a rare moment of trust she let down the safety of her walls, looked into his soul and saw what she been trying so hard to ignore. Not knowing what the future held silently she let go and prepared herself for the free fall. Slowly she outstretched her arms offering her broken heart in the palm of her hands.
'Here,' she whispered, '...take it.'"
"I still have the shirt you left here that night I slept in your arms — it smells of broken promises. Sometimes, when that ache in my chest rises up and spills down my cheeks I put it on and remember what it feels like to be all wrapped up in a part of you."
"'Some things simply aren't meant to last forever,' he told me, 'but you,' he smiled, 'are an endless summer.'
'And I...' he paused, 'am just boy, unworthy of such a love, seeking shelter from the cold.'"
"I had to keep pulling him up for air. His gasps screamed inadequacy. It pained me to know my heart bled for a man unaccustomed to swimming in such depths. He much preferred girls with shallow waters."
"All I knew was his touch evoked a feeling within me I could not measure, draining every last drop of restraint, I possessed, from the hollow of my bones. It's true what they say — when you know, you know.
I felt that moment, felt the words sear into my skin — He is going to be your demise.
"He smiled and instantly I felt the hole in my chest. Oblivious to the power he possessed he walked on by, taking a piece of me with him. I couldn't help but wonder how many hearts he unknowingly collected, every time that smile of his stole another one."
"When they ask me what I miss the most I always say home. It's not a lie. Until I walk off the sweet smell of nostalgia, these feet of mine will always yearn to return to their resting place, irrelevant is the fact that it is always with you."
"He runs his fingertips of my walls like they're the most exquisite thing he's ever seen. It's ironic is it not? Who the heart beats for?
I hide my vulnerabilities from him not from fear of falling but because I know one day I will.
And I know what that feels like; to watch the one you ache for fall like rain and not feel a single drop, to finally see all the love inside them and realise it was never meant for you."
"You found me in my dreams, again, last night.
'Colour me in,' I pleaded, placing a paintbrush in your hand, 'I'm fading.'"