Gary Fellows

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An Absent Hope - Poem by Gary Fellows

Alone with my thoughts
Your absence is like a void.
I miss you with all my heart,
Is the truth I can’t avoid

I close my eyes
And think of your tender face
Of eyes that portray a sense
Of kindness and fair grace

Your words mean much
Your truths are many
Your presence is special
Angelic and celestial

If there is anyone more beautiful
Then I have seen not this elusion
For I cannot imagine
Such an ideal fusion

There is no part of you
That I could ever improve
You’re perfect in every way
Body and soul, and all you say

(09/09/2002)


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  • Rookie Tsira Goge (11/22/2008 12:27:00 PM)

    Very sincere and beautiful poems...10...
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Poem Submitted: Saturday, November 8, 2008



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