Liliana EL.


Passed


There was a time of no smiles
No greetings exchanged
There was a time of coldness, hard and flat
Feelings felt
Emotions not expressed
Almost and seemingly dead

There was this time
And this time was my past

Sunshine and flowers
Warm, sweet, and bright
Smiles, lots of them
Whole-hearted laughs

Tranquil nights
Lovely, fresh mornings

There were these memories
But these memories came to pass

Continuous texts
Lively conversations
Questioning and reflecting
An adventure

Adoration
Serenity
Respect

Comfort
Warmth
Security, support, and strength

These are feelings needing to stay
Feelings ignited back then in our days

Empowerment
Brilliance
Possibility
Fervor
Fierceness

And so much of this has come to pass
Moments and memories
People, places, events

All blurred together in my ever-running past
But our moments and memories, wisdom and words shared, significant as always
And I'm never to forget

Submitted: Monday, October 28, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, October 29, 2013

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  • Rookie - 22 Points Vlad Mutuleanu (10/29/2013 7:18:00 PM)

    I love the way you create rhymes just by using one word for every line.
    Adoration
    Serenity
    Respect

    Comfort
    Warmth
    Security, support, and strength

    How many great poems do you still have :) ? (Report) Reply

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