Along The Ice

July 26, 2009
By SmartMoron SILVER, Aurora, Colorado
SmartMoron SILVER, Aurora, Colorado
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Favorite Quote:
"Before I speak, I have something important to say."--Groucho Marx


We travel along the ice,
Walking, hand in hand,
But this love is not true,
It’s like this frozen tundra, this barren land.

You are kind, and sweet, and loving,
And I care for you so,
But you and I, we do not go together,
I want to leave you, to go.

I feel this pain in my heart,
Because you are so great,
But even the start of this relationship,
Was just too late.

Maybe you do love me,
Maybe I love you,
But as of now, I do not believe,
That along the ice, this love is true.

So I say good-bye,
Though you beg and you cry,
I walk away,
As you whisper, “Why?”

And though your tears may fall,
On this frozen earth,
Please remember,
I feel no mirth.

Good-bye, my friend,
Our love is not real,
It never is, never was,
No matter how we may feel.

The author's comments:
I had written this after a bad relationship ended. I get that a lot of people may not like it (even I see some flaws) but this was just me translating my emotions into poetry. Hope you like, or at least can bear to read, my poem.

--Carlos

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