I ne’er knew I could hurt so
Thinking of your boyish face
Into an honorable man you had grown
Being in a better place
Unknown to my mournful soul.
I could count on you forever
No matter my distress or opinion
To save the day since childhood
My trust in you implicit
As we both suffered a loveless union.
You might not have been my husband
To be explicit you are: my One above,
My true love,
We never got to say Bye Bye
On our last day before I left for Dubai
We passed each other like strangers.
A year later, I heard of the
Fatal crash saving everyone
All I got was to write off
A kiss we shared on my annulment
Fire in your green eyes as judgement past
Gentle, soft with inviting lips
You teased as my lips succumbed
To please and return the heated bliss.
We should have spent the night entwined
Writhing on the table, stairs or any surface
If you didn’t respect my honor so.
What do I have now?
Bye Bye with tears in my eyes
When it’s too late to hold you.
My head bows hoping in
My sweetest dreams
I may please?
Share This Poem
This Poems Story
Death of my beloved...when life gives you lemons