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


    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


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

    Rhymer commented on Chamenos


    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


    another unrequited 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



    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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