Chamenos

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  • Life
    • Oraios
    • "Morning without you is a dwindled dawn." -E. Dickinson

    Chamenos

    Though time has faded
    and life seems so lost 
    I'd still say yes again 
    to the one I lost,

    The winters are cold now 
    and the summers are hot
    I welcome the new
    and remember the lost,

    You seem so forgotten 
    you seem so far 
    like you never were
    just a dream lost in my heart,

    Though time has faded
    and life seems so lost
    I'd still say yes again
    to the one I lost.

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    Crush commented on Chamenos

    07-12-2010

    simple, delightful and honest. nice flow of word and emotion, well done.....8 from me.

    Rhymer commented on Chamenos

    02-05-2010

    Can't say enough about how well this poem was written. I was drawn into the passages from the very first stanza on. 10 from me.

    Milkman commented on Chamenos

    01-27-2010

    another unrequited love......at your age you feel it so deeply, at my age it is but a constant small ache that you can never quite forget, but the loss is no less great.....a good job on an over worked theme

    Oraios

    01/27/2010

    Thank you for the feed back but its about when I was going to move away from San Diego when i was 14 not love. Thats why the picture is of the city.

    Poetry is what gets lost in translation.

    Robert Frost (1875-1963) American Poet.

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