donald kuutsi

(HARARE, Zimbabwe / 9 july 1991)

I Cant Believe It [Tori Evans]

Today here l m, still l stand,
stuck in the mud of the good memories we shared, l m trying
to escape from the past
l m finding it difficult to move on
to the future but the memories are pulling me back,
Feelings change but memories can't as the wind is flipping back
the written story that l want to forget as l want to start a new story on a new page,
l cant believe it you are gone Tori
l can see it vivid, it was yesterday
me and you in cecil square park enjoying the ryhme of the violin you used to play as it quenched the thirst that was inside my heart, all l see today is the glowing lights that are being switched on and off just moments passing as l sit on the same spot where we used to sit as you played the violin in cecil square,
l cant believe it Tori, all the moments we had have been blown away like ashes blown away by the wind,
l m trying to escape from you and trying to accept the reality but l m finding it difficult as l always see you in my dreams,
in paradise flying high like birds
the rhyme of the violin giving the
sky the brightness as love was in the air, each time l wake up l begin
to realise l have fallen some how feet off onto the ground from the paradise as your love was the only cloud of hope that kept raining down on me as it quenched the thirst that was inside my heart,
now l m wide awake only to find out l m alone, you are out of my sight forever, no more you
all l have today is the letter, violin and the bracelet you gave me
, l cant believe it you are gone.

Submitted: Tuesday, January 15, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, January 16, 2013

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