Treasure Island

Noah Body


Forever


You say goodbye
When I say hello
I say why
When you say to go

Forever and a day
Forever ended on June 7th
The extra day ended on the 8th
Always and forever... and a day
It turned out to be so short

But know this
When I said forever and a day
I meant it
When I said always and forever
It was real

Abandon hope,
that's what I've been told
I live a hopeless life
But in this I cannot stop
I cannot give up hope

On the 8th day
Of the 1st week
at the 4th hour
and the 3rd minute
I cry out forever
More then you will ever know
More then you can possibly appreciate

Submitted: Tuesday, January 08, 2013
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June 9,2009

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  • Vivek Tiwari (1/8/2013 10:55:00 AM)

    The poem reminds me Shakespeare's way of writing forever and a day that will never come.
    Forever is all enough.
    Thanks to share. (Report) Reply

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