Come Be With Me

Come be with me.
See me as I see
You in all your glory.
Let's share all our story.
Let's go to another level.
The clock has the bevel.
And time will quickly pass.
Our love didn't last.
But exists in it's own sphere.
And treasures did appear.
Our love was like a jewel.
It shined and was a renewal.
Of our hope in a future.
A plan that could suit ya.
And me also too.
We were a brand so new.
But alas life ran out.
Our love put on a pout.
And yet it is still here.
In another parallel gear.
Maybe one day we
Can see how it needs to be.

by Adrienne Crawford

Comments (8)

No visitors tonight she says to the cat who lay curled up on the fireside mat. Again she views her wedding day and asks the Lord to show her the way.Then she holds the cat what a wonderful expression this poem is great 10+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
This is so touching Sylvia, it really moved me and the atmosphere is very strong What a great writer you are I love this one Love duncan X
You know, at first sight this lonely old gal died, all alone, but, as you and I both know, we are never alone when we are blessed with our pets! This old dear might not have had 'fancy company' that night, but she was not alone! Long live the kitties and puppies who keep us company, and expect nothing but love and a stroke or two in return. Lovely work, Rose. And give Amber a stroke or two, OK?
First of all... the way you started to narrate and then went on to describe the situations.... Slyvia - I was amazed by the style and class you carry in your words. I cannot remember reading any of your poems before this, I think this is my first time - and I promise it will be a new journey for me on your poems. Everyone else spoke about the story - Sad it is! ! I did not leave my old folks to be lonely, they live with me and play my children.
Wow - fantastic story and a beautiful, heart rending poem - certainly I had a lump in my throat. Great poem, Steve
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