Kali Abyss


There is not such sad love...


-There is not such sad love-
You said, and I was quite...
While outside, at dawn
The rose was slowly crying...

And not so far away
from where we were stand
I was remembering the day
when I ask for your hand...

-There is not such sad love-
You said, but I was quite...
While outside, at dawn
That rose was slowly dying...

You, in your white dress,
I was deck on black...
Feeling in the deepest
The pain within the heart...

-There is not such sad love? ! -
I ask you, and you change...
Your eyes were fully blinded...
And in my eyes, the rain...

-There is not such sad love
like the one we are felling-
Finaly you were leaving,
And with a kiss, I let you go...

Submitted: Sunday, October 24, 2010

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  • Cassie Ayotte (10/25/2010 6:51:00 PM)

    The emotions in this are brilliant. True, searing emotion weeping throughout the writing. I loved it. (Report) Reply

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