Her death, her departure

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
How it feels like, when some beloved one leaves the green world...

Submitted: August 08, 2012

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Her death, her departure

Sitting by the side of my beloved,
I weep, tears of blood I shed,
On her lifeless bosom, in eternal sleep she be...

Her limbs unable to embrace me more,
I painfully gaze upon death's dark door
Through which she went forever away from me...

Like the wintry snow, she's serene and still,
Rosy lips lacking smiles that could kill
Deepest of my worries, my sharpest pain...

My tears fall on her cheeks, drop by drop,
Won't she anymore, with her kisses, stop
My cries, my tears, my sorrow again?

Winters of death come and end,
As springs's fair winds arise and lend
Life to the lifeless trees everywhere on earth..

But no winds of spring can bring her back,
I sigh, with my strength's evident lack,
I wait for death to stop my heart...


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