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Cynthia Buhain-baello Female, 65, Philippines (2/9/2010 12:28:00 AM)

This was one of my first attempts at poetry and it had earned many reviews in many other sites. I found out most readers like simplicity of words, brevity, and a common idea for the content - here it was a love departed but returning.


' MUST HAVE SWALLOWED THE KEY'

Please do not come back
And say that you love me.
I'm the one that you lack
And your life's been so empty.

There's nothing to recover
For this heart's closed to love.
It's just now you discover
A treasure you have snubbed.

Why unearth the mystique
Of a past that is buried?
And so hurt someone weak
With goodbyes that were hurried?

You longed for my voice
And the feeling of bliss,
But you made the wrong choice
When you left Love like this.

Gone is the arrow that Cupid shot
Padlocked this heart, you see.
Though you pry it open, you cannot-
For I must have swallowed the key.




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Copyright Cynthia Buhain-Baello-
(Written May 2,2009 - Tarlac City, Philippines)

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