Jesus James Llorico


Dreams


'The stars seems to vanish in the skies
As I gazed into this lonely night
For it's hard to see with wearied eyes
The blinking stardust of distant lights

Alone I face this moonless night
And feel such longing
In my far away shore
But as I see these scattered pebbles
And many tire tracks
On this deserted road
With the gentle swaying
Of the nearby trees
It's a wonder...
For everything in this moment of sadness
Crumbles... and I just go on
With life and think of the dreams
Of my love ones back home

This tender night of darkened skies
Regret is not a thing to be carried
For love is not desert, trees or poetry
But sacrifice that one should aspire.'

Submitted: Sunday, June 08, 2014
Edited: Sunday, June 08, 2014

Topic of this poem: family


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  • Gold Star - 22,957 Points Akhtar Jawad (6/18/2014 11:00:00 PM)

    Love starts with attraction and the lover sees himself in the loved ones and when he is ready for sacrifices for the loved ones, love becomes a worship. (Report) Reply

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