Dark Angel

Rookie (19th Sept 1983 / Nairobi Kenya)

Let my Tears Flow Poem by Dark Angel


Let my tears flow
for a love that i've lost
and maybe they might with them
take away the feeling of loss
to pave way for a brighter day

Let my tears flow
for it's as certain as the day dawns
that i shan't ever find one like i had
for the gift of love come from deep within
and the rest maybe mere pretence

Let my tears flow
on and on and on, let them pass
the sorrows reside in my heart not in my eyes
if i cannot loose what aches me fervently
I can, maybe, like i just did, loose what i love

Let my tears flow
and wash my eyes from the fog of dismay
i may be able to able see clearly what i just lost
though not sure if i can regain or get an equivalent
at least, let me see what i had and let go

Let my tears flow
they are all i have left to loose
and i honestly don't want to keep them
if i can't keep a love so divine
why keep the tears the?

Submitted: Friday, March 31, 2006

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  • Rookie - 40 Points Indira Babbellapati (5/10/2007 4:26:00 AM)

    tears shoul flow once in a way 'to pave way to a brighter way.' but in todays world we lead dehydrated lives, don't we?
    indira
    #i there's lot of poetry in ur name... (Report) Reply

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