donald kuutsi

Rookie - 363 Points (HARARE, Zimbabwe / 9 july 1991)

Letter To Tori Evans [lovers Lost In Greenwood] Unplugged Version - Poem by donald kuutsi

Taking each day as it comes
Is like a hard pill to swallow
Another year, another month
I m walking away with a battered soul
Clutching the pieces of my broken heart
I still can't believe you are gone
All the memories we had are gone
Death swallowed our plans
Plans turned into misfortunes
Death moved a step ahead of then time of our lives we had
All the memories we had were turned into ashes and trapped in Hades
All the audacious moments we had,
Eating candy floss
Laughing out loud until we couldn't feel our legs
Chasing moments cycling in paradise gardens,
Thought this was going to last forever,
I didn't know l exceeded my limits
I had illusions about tomorrow
Now l know, l m scared to trust tomorrow again,
As tomorrow creeped out of the blues hiding his hangman's glooves with a loaded gun to smash the our glass,
I thought tomorrow was going to bring the white roses for more life instead a gun to put an end for our happiness...
Today still l stand, trying to ignite my soul
And thoughts from the misery which left
My heart with scars that in healing my soul
Things will never be the same without you
The killers are on the run,
But they won't runaway from their shadow which is stained with your innocent blood
To the ATROCIOUS Killers,
Karma will wait for them at the doors of the FUTURE
Reaping what they sowed
Like a disobedient child who get UNSALTED FOOD As Punishment

Today would have been a joyful day if you were here with me
Celebrating your birthday

Time and death created a boundary between us
Hades and Earth
Life and Death



Happy Birthday and REST IN PEACE

Topic(s) of this poem: love

Comments about Letter To Tori Evans [lovers Lost In Greenwood] Unplugged Version by donald kuutsi

  • Gajanan Mishra (7/4/2014 11:05:00 PM)

    every day is a joyful day, good writing, thanks, (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, July 4, 2014

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