Kaila George

Rookie - 739 Points (20 October 1962 / New Zealand)

The Evening Shade Mingles


The twilight dust

Mingled with the evening shade

As the moonlight slowly came out

To dapple across the footpath

That leads to your heart

The stars slowly came out

One by one as it turned upon your upturned face

As you gasped in the wonder of Mother Natures beauty of the night

The peaceful midnight breeze caressed your skin

As I recalled that moment in time that stole my heart

But that was then, my heart broke in two to learn

That you had found somebody else to walk the paths

We traversed in the autumn leaves that blows around

The outskirts of meadow were we use to spend our time so long ago

The changing seasons was our moments of joy and laughter

The sun and moon bathed in our time of love

But that was then...I will always love you like no other

I now walk the path alone...and remember the days of old

When you lay in my arms...memories rambling across my mind

Teardrops fall to the never ending beat of a broken heart

Just know...your in my heart...for all eternity

I will wait for you should you need me

I will love you always

Submitted: Thursday, January 02, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, January 14, 2014
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