Lost Love

Poem By Shery Vincent

'How can I forget you? '
Always you repeat.
snowdrops on those days,
But steam my heart now.

'Your eyes are shining stars'
'And I see my dreams in it'
Why told me to close my eyes?
To keep your dreams hide?

'And you say, ..'Please don't stop'
'I will hear you for years'
Are you turning face?
To shut my mouth for ever?

'Not hungry if you are near'
'you are bread of my life'
Now too hungry to leave me
Burning my love with a spark.

'Heaven, in your simple touch'
'Never mind, if I die now itself'
Why you loose my hand from you?
To live long by saying bye, ...

Seeing stars in 'another' eyes?
Hearing 'another' for long hours?
Hungry for a 'new' slice bread?
Heaven in 'new' simple touch?

My eyes are sleepy,
My lips are sticky,
You and Heaven are far from me,
Still you distrub in my dreams.

How can I say you are mine?
Who belongs to whom?
My love only belongs to me,
I'll keep it like a pearl.

Comments about Lost Love

What a beautifully written poem which also displays your great emotions for another. May you find the peace and joy in your heart that you seek. Blessings to you. Scott
You and Heaven are far from me, Still you distrub in my dreams. The poems makes a real deep emotions with real lovely life, , , , , , , After mnay snow falls..... it makes a dreamy now, a broken piece of olieve..... not a knot still... snowdrops on those days, But steam my heart now.
with love....the forgetting is so much harder than the falling........good poem....Vallerie


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