Memory Of You

December 10, 2010
By spike71294 SILVER, Delhi, Other
spike71294 SILVER, Delhi, Other
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I remember the days we were together,
our beautiful bond was to last forever,
or so we thought, but that was not to be.

We don't talk anymore, I don't even look at you.
My rose of love has transformed into thorns,
the pleasant memories we shared have now turned painful.

Sometimes we gaze into each other's lives
through panoramic, tainted windows.
But when our eyes meet I pull the curtains
to hide your face and my pain.

We shared our first kiss and many more sacred moments,
but now we bear our pain alone.

I have started my life anew, without you.
I know you want my friendship back,
but frankly speaking, I don't care.

You were just a crucial chapter in my lifestory;
And although it's all over, you will always be
something that I will cherish
until the memories of my life fade away.


The author's comments:
This was a poem written in haste in my English class. I had just got the first few lines in my head in the morning when I had woken up for school. This poem is pretty much not written in my usual style. I never write a poem without rhyme or rhythm. Editing has been kept minimal and it's pretty much raw.

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