Whispers Of the Soul Poetry
I wish you could have understood
when I tried to stop you that night;
not that it would have done any good,
you said you would-you said you might.
Young tokens of what could have been
with a daring heart 'n hasty life-
who was I to intervene?
Left forsaken-a lonely wife.
Even in my sleep my heart weeps
as fruitless nights stop me from dreaming;
reaching morning when the sun creeps
and I see you there -your smile beaming.
Now beyond anything I perceived;
how do I live-me without you?
Some how I have always believed
our love was broken -you withdrew.
It was a reckless heart that mattered
Your weakness of a strangers bed
yet I was left hurt and battered
“I just can't stay”, is what you said
Perpetual memories linger-
a promise till death do us part.
A golden band around my finger;
me without you-where do I start?