March 3, 2009
By Zack DeBruyne BRONZE, St. Catharines, Other
Zack DeBruyne BRONZE, St. Catharines, Other
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Time rolls a way, in a wordless motion.

Days go by, wave by wave

It feels like nothing in the world could stop this

Stop us.

From having what we have. Creating what we have created.

Doing what we have done. And what we have to accomplish

Without us, you nor me, we have nothing.

Space and time, no human life.

Nothing to be recorded, nothing to see.

Nothing to be done, nothing to accomplish

As the world falls apart, we still have each other

As we finish our accomplishments, what we have said we would do

The days seemed to slow, not as they did before

And the world truly did stop us, by stopping itself in turn

Though in the end, we had everything we ever wanted

Each other, together, in the end

The author's comments:
I wrote this poem about me and a relationship that i had, and still do have to this day. I really feel that when your with the right person you can take it to the end, doing what you could have never imagined without them.

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mrscullen said...
on Mar. 16 2009 at 2:41 pm
I met you on SERVE this summer Zack and I just want to say, this poem is amazing! :)

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