Treasure Island

Sangnam Nam


Some Scene


You left me
just took off
leaving only the scene
with me standing there
those items you left behind
looking at them
I already missed you
the broken mirror, the dusty vase and some other dusty items
in that living room
you might have used while living there
they were with me deserted and you gone
I wished he could have shaken hands with me
before he left
but nothing like that happened
which made me more forlorn
with only the scene that still contained your scent
and maybe some sighs
which stay in my memory as the fresh baked bread
sorrow that year I felt all along
sickened by the longing I had for you
but it was a sweet sorrow
yes sweet and missing and longing and...and...and
sighs,
sighs yes
painful, was unsure and
wondering if I would meet him again
wondering would it happen?
Would I see him again?
The uncertainty of it was followed by the assurance
with the words
you gave me
and I was assured that we will meet again
and we did
We did meet again
and you left again the assurance that we will
see again no matter what happens to you and me
but that didn't happen.

Sangnam Nam

Submitted: Tuesday, June 24, 2014

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