Spiritwind Wood

Rookie - 469 Points (04/07/1968 / West Virginia)

Down On Me


I feel you looking down on me
and know you're the reason
I watch my everyday shine
images of you come through sunbeams
shining like diamonds in the sky
that brings the memories alive again
you're still every part of my dreams
I feel you touching me softly
in each cloud passing by
I hear your voice whisper
the sound of my name
through the echoes of the wind
and I know you're here with me
I felt you by my side time after time
me and you walking together
I can feel your love with me forever
burning through me like a flame
and when I'm here feeling alone
I can see shadows of you
coming down on me like rain
and it helps to ease the pain
another night it gets me through
with the changing of every season
now that you are gone
Spiritwind ©2014

Submitted: Friday, March 07, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Topic of this poem: loss


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