Happy Monday Everyone! I hope your weekend was amazing. Today is a non-school day so the boys are enjoying sleeping in. But not me, I’m up writing poetry.
Today’s prompt – Forever
Of dark and light appear
With fortune and despair
With agony and longing
With love and hate
With peace and war
With icy wind and pouring rain
With ice upon your heart and rain upon your face
Lonely and desolate
Wanting what you have lost
Wishing this never happened
Because of foolishness she is gone forever
With only you to blame
You took her life away
You always said you cared
But you drove to fast that fateful night
You lost control and so it went
She died that very night
Now you stand over her in the pouring rain
You try to cover her face but the rain and tears still make it through
You love that sweet face
Why oh why did I drive so fast
The rain, the road, the curve
You can still hear her voice
LOOK OUT !
Then the horrible crash
Now her voice is silent
Her lips never to say I love you again
Never to laugh, never to cry
I’ve silenced them forever
What am I to do without her?
How can I go on living now she is gone?
They came to take her away
My pain deeper with every step, with every inch I move away
She is gone and I am to blame forever
Well there you have it. My attempt at Forever. I was at the barber shop with my husband this weekend and 50’s songs were playing. Very tragic young love. It’s the only reason I can think of why I wrote this poem the way I did. Have fun with your poem today and I hope to see it posted here.
Have a great day and I’ll see you tomorrow.
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