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Rated: 13+ | Poetry | Romance/Love | #387772
Pantoum poem: A man missing his wife.
Pantoum poem
The Ring On My Finger
 
 
For the ring on my finger, not worn for some time.
Although I don’t see it, still feeling it there.
But love has been silenced, in midst of its prime.
Awakes to my failure, the pain I must bare.
 
 
Although I don’t see it, still feeling it there,
the love we once knew, the love we enjoyed,
awakes to my failure, the pain I must bare.
All that I am, has now been destroyed.
 
 
The love we once knew, the love we enjoyed.
You live in my dreams, still love me in thought.
All that I am, has now been destroyed,
for I’m lost without you, and found in distraught.
 
 
You live in my dreams, still love me in thought.
Only in sleep may calm dwell within,
for I’m lost without you, and found in distraught.
And my thoughts ponder what might have been.
 
 
Only in sleep may calm dwell within,
but love has been silenced, in midst of its prime.
And my thoughts ponder what might have been.
for the ring on my finger, not worn for some time.
 
 
 
Kactus Berry
 
 
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