Keren Osgood

(Camberley, UK)

Love: Part One Poem by Keren Osgood


I wonder -
If you, like me, found the nights filled with constant sorrow.
I wonder -
If you, like me, wished for the dawning of tomorrow.
I wonder -
If your mind, was filled by thought of me.
I wonder -
If your shattered heart - still held our memory.
How to be blinded by confusion;
that amid my cascade of fears -
My mind and heart forgotten;
the one who shed my tears.
Excerpt from Love: Part Two .... sometimes when darkness fell -
I'd feel your touch that wasn't there.
And the times when I got lonely -
I'd think of how you used to care ...
Excerpt from Love: Part Three ... Your eyes, they told a story,
Of all the times you'd cried -
And how you didn't understand,
No matter how you tried
.... You and I, we sentenced love,
Without committing any crime -
And now, once more together,
You see - it can't rain all the time.

Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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