Daniel Denani


Memories From A Rose - Poem by Daniel Denani

I remember every single word
I’ve found lost in the air
And I remember every pride’s droop
Trying hard to change what was fair

I remember the ascent of your perfume
Impregnated in the most deep of my heart
And I remember the whispers of your laughs
Making my future runs even harder and hard

But for a reason I just cannot understand
I can’t remember the last time saw you
And so my memories dance deep in my head
Giving me feelings that I’m not sure if they are true

But I can tell you it will never take me apart
And I must discover there is no reality in the past
And I must know that there is nothing to regret
Since I can take a good care of you from the petals of those flowers


Poet's Notes about The Poem

'Cause death is not the end of a love

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Poem Submitted: Monday, February 24, 2014

Poem Edited: Tuesday, February 25, 2014


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