Treasure Island

Kaila George

(20 October 1962 / New Zealand)

A Kiss Goodbye


My heart beats
As I watch the moonbeams
Dance in the midnight breeze

I smile softly as I recall a time
When soft words of love
Where spoken sweetly to my ear
As we watched together
Moonbeams dance
So many years ago

My eyes mist over
As I recall his gentle touch
As he caressed my cheeks
Just to make me smile
As he said with each smile
It took his breath away

The shivers of memories
Warm my hungry soul
As he held me gently in his arm
Each time after we made love
And whispered softly
Just how much he loved me so

The collection of memories
I hold close to my heart
Must now be placed
In my treasure trove of memory's
So that I can love again

I blow a kiss into the
Midnight breeze
And whisper we will meet again
And smile to myself
You will always be a part of my soul
Now and evermore

Good night and goodbye
You're always in my heart

Submitted: Friday, November 02, 2012
Edited: Friday, November 02, 2012

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  • Loyd C. Taylor, Sr. (5/27/2014 5:30:00 AM)

    Good morning poet Kaila. Wow! I did enjoy this very passionate poem of lost love and romance, the imagery was amazing.
    Thank you for the recent reviews of my work, your comments... I am honored.
    On the video: You must start with your own video, such as the original you made for YouTube. Then there are instructions on your poem page that asks if you want to add a music of video track. Simply upload it and PH does the rest. You best bet is to have PH people help you, Send them contact forms and ask your question. I hope this helps,
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