Annette Liliann


After the Cries


Drifting in the night sky
Let the wind take me to wherever it please
“don’t worry dear…
I will do you no harm”
said the wind
“ I want to apologize..for losing your whisper
let me take you to a hiding place”

I was too tired to cry
Was too weary to dream of a kiss
Or playing a love song for my ear…
Don’t remember how it feels to be in your arms
Drifted, in the night sky, I let the wind
To caress my hair and treat my blister
In the wind loving care I rest my case

Now I realize, that it is a goodbye
That your presence I am going to miss
No more love poems I will hear
And losing your smile, your charm
Vapourized and can not be seen
Enclosed by the stardust glitter
While I am left in a maze

Numb again

Submitted: Friday, June 14, 2013
Edited: Friday, June 14, 2013
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  • Freshman - 1,310 Points Patricia Grantham (7/5/2013 9:54:00 PM)

    A very poignant poem of love and midnight
    bliss. Floating across the skies and swept by
    the winds. This one is so beautiful in the loss
    of a lover. Nice write. (Report) Reply

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