Posted: March 15, 2011 in Creative Writing

disentangled memory of her tears,

harrowed pleas that fell on deaf ears;

a crowning injury paid to her fidelity,

the fold drops with a token of misery.

wretched guilt a pit and a cross;

vexed in flame that burns beyond loss;

incurable desire to bid the clock,

to turn around and restore the lock;

but to taste dire truth is my reward,

chance expires and life moves forward

  1. Julian Javier the Cyber Mushroom says:

    deep emotions are so lovely! lovely poetry man!

  2. Jingle says:

    well conveyed sentiments,
    awesome write.

    welcome to poets rally

    Happy Mother’s Day to Moms around you. Blessings..

  3. Isabel says:

    well writen. liked it alot.

  4. magher1 says:

    Some stories just don’t have a happy ending. Sentimental and full of pain… Awesome poetry!

  5. Sometimes, love flourishes. Sometimes, it has to end. This is a lovely poem, albeit sad.

  6. Jingle says:

    Appreciate your participation at poets rally,
    Please return favor to poets who are here yet you did not reach them initially,
    Bless your day.
    Have fun!

  7. lovely it is…love the way you play with words 🙂

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