Treasure Island

Graham Jones


A Love That Never Ends.


The tears once flowed in torrents
From this drained now empty well
Emotions once ran riot in this
All but empty shell

The joy of what was romance
Replaced by pain, of loss of love
Years of hate and anger
Seeking faith from up above

And though it was forth coming
I fear it comes to late
A soul in constant torment
Could not endure the wait

The heart beats like a hollow drum
Upon a barren battlefield
Emotions scattered to the wind
Their fate forever sealed

So why await a miracle
To rescue me by chance
When all I want is sweet release
To accept the final dance

Reunion with those that I loved
That time cannot extend
To wash away the heartache
Of a love that never ends.

Submitted: Thursday, January 11, 2007
Edited: Wednesday, December 22, 2010

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