Gert Strydom

Freshman - 1,129 Points (03 April 1964 / Johannesburg, South Africa)

Lady Anne


Dear lady Anne
I had you once
and then had you lost
as if you were never meant to be
only mine.


Sweet lady Anne
how you could
make your lips glow
and bind your auburn hair
at times in a bow.


And, lady Anne
who else could make sparks jump
between the two of us
and knew me better
than I myself.


When, lady Anne
your lips met mine
they were much sweeter than wine
and passion raged for much more
but life swept you away
sweet lady Anne.


Ay, lady Anne
how swift has life passed us bye
and years is spent
and time just went on its own way
and you were a fine wife
to someone else,


but lady Anne
the things that lie between
the two of us
remains as long
as our lives last.


Dear lady Anne
my heart still in a way
belongs to you
and at times I dream about
days long gone
and I wonder if you
remember me too?

Submitted: Friday, September 10, 2010

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