cherry beley


Our Commemoration - Poem by cherry beley

Endless tears, I cried another couple times
Transformed into a butterfly stopping on top of this falling leaf
The wind-swept snow had been buried thousand years ago
I used up a lifetime of longing just waiting for you to appear

Memories began to wither around me
Couldn’t revive the picture that was moving before

Let us stay on the side line of reincarnation
Waiting for a stream of light
To peer into the time when we
Made a prediction
Let it take away that moment of yours
Making it our commemoration
Who would notice that my world had your face once upon a time?

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Poem Submitted: Monday, January 19, 2009



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