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Poetry: Never

Poetry Never

Of past regrets
I know too much
and echoes which
sound like sin
I knew too well
her frozen touch
that I shall not
ever feel again.

Poetry: October Day

Poetry Leaves Swept Away

I still remember that October day
how the wind swept leaves away

The noon sun glorified raven hair
how it flowed how I had to stare

Painful memories refusing to die
for many years I wondered why

Why cruel winter rueful and gray
bleak and pitiless stole you away

Yet constant as the crescent moon
remembrances of love are strewn

Forever I think on an October day
how the wind swept leaves away.

Poetry: Fragment Of Love

Poetry Fragment of Love

On and on
thus
passes time.

Listen to me
within
this rhyme.

As the day
gives
to night.

I wish to
hold
you tight.

Too much doubt
within
your head.

Too much woe
within
your bed.

But this won’t
ever
be true.

I think of
me
with you.

Poetry: Cast away

Poetry Cast Away

cast away this
little poem
beyond the cold brook

cast away the
fairy tale
from a children’s book

toss away this
silly dream
from the dead of night

toss away the
lovely girl
from your bleary sight.

cast away this
ancient chant
from your memory.

cast away the
little poem
and let the past be.

Poetry: Vague Visions

Poetry Vague Visions

The trains motion
carries me along
into
thoughts of you.

Glimpses of the
past rush by
and
impress me
with their poise.

Distant and faded
vague visions
of fervent times
with you
slip by.

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