|Nameless Poem (standard:poetry, 106 words)|
|Author: StarChild||Added: Mar 25 2001||Views/Reads: 2858/0||Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)|
|Sorry, I couldn't think of a name. If you have an suggestions let me know. This poem is about the loss (not death) of a loved one.|
Cry out all your tears, Let them run down your cheeks, Your shoulder to lean on is gone. Held away from you by chains, against his will far from you, and gone. By no way can you hear his voice. By no vice, though you have many, can you see his smile. By no trick, no magickal flare, will he be there. Over hill, through fire, through fog could you run, Only to be stopped at the door with a questioning glare. Spread your wings and fly, if you could. Take a knife and die, if you would. Hold your soul and cry, like you should. Tweet
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