Rae Che


Can You Imagine?


Can you imagine?
Unspoken words
You can't break a promise
You never heard

Can you imagine?
Silent dreams
Whispering nightmares
Like a harbouring disease

Can you imagine?
Fallen angels
Crossovers from heaven
Missing halos

Can you imagine?
Frozen love
Encased in crystal
Forever strong

Can you imagine?
Crying with no tears
No emotional release
Or publishing you fears

Can you imagine?
Life without death
Trapped in eternity
Full of regret

Can you imagine?
The end of time
Enveloped in nothing
Utterly lost

Submitted: Wednesday, August 12, 2009

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Comments about this poem (Can You Imagine? by Rae Che )

  • Rookie Danny H (8/12/2009 1:05:00 AM)

    I really enjoyed this poem
    because for some of t hese can you imgaine?
    i can relate to,
    and as when you feel theres no more hope
    and love has fade, you feel lost, confused
    and such as

    Can you imagine?
    Life without death
    Trapped in eternity
    Full of regret

    Can you imagine?
    Silent dreams
    Whispering nightmares
    Like a harbouring disease
    im favoriting this poem :) (Report) Reply

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