Treasure Island

Dorian Petersen Potter

Fading Evenstar (Free Style)

I thought of the last time I saw you, of the last time we met, I didn't have these fears,
I was so glad then to see you, how sweet to me was your last kiss,
Without you now my heart is so empty, my cheeks are so wet with my tears,
My mind re-plays back now the last time I touched you, your love so much I still miss

My heart and mind are so full of pain, I don't know when I'll see you again,
I can still see your loving face even when time has taken you from me,
As I walk alone now through this mist, I can feel only the falling rain,
Without you, my Elessar, I can't stop crying, and I can't stop wanting you,

My eyes are full of wisdom and my soul is now drowning in pain, I know,
I always knew one day this would happened, but yet I can't stop missing you,
Nothing would have prepared me for all this void in which I live, no more I am whole,
I've loved you from the beginning of time, how can I live my life without you?

You were the reason I stayed behind in Middle Earth, you were my Lover, my soul-mate,
Now you're resting in peace, and I am left all alone, till one day we'll meet again, that day I can't wait.

Submitted: Friday, July 19, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, July 23, 2013

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(Arwen deeply reflection on her love for Aragorn after his passing-from my poetry collection based and inspired on LOTR)

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