Sossi Khachadourian


The Sky And Me


Tonight the sky was again my friend,
We talked together, we played games.
I told him about my sorrows and my aches.
And he held me in his arms and I felt, How much he cares.
Its admiring how even the sky can feel and care.
While the human beings laugh at your pain and fades.



Tonight the sky was like me sad.
The stars were singing and the sound of violin was so touching and like us sad.
The sky and I, we are good friend.
Even somthmes together we dance.
But tonight we Both were so sad.
We hugged each other and we both cried pain
Oh my dear friend please dont cry,
my heat cant bear your pain,
We both are alike always sad, alone.
You will stay above, I will die and go!

Submitted: Wednesday, April 25, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, May 02, 2012
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  • Freshman - 963 Points Saadat Tahir (4/29/2012 7:57:00 AM)

    A beautiful fluid poem...a starry and vivid picture that the reader can slowly pass through in the starlight on his path mulling life
    Well written

    Cheers

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