Steve Ricketts


Time Keeps Moving Poem by Steve Ricketts


Days pass into weeks, I know you can not see, time stands still for you, now you rest in peace, I'll still carry on and face the world alone, pretending that your still waiting for me to come on home, but when I turn that key, it's then I know you're gone.

I need your here right now, to take this pain from me, to hold me for a while, is all I ever dream, I need to feel your warmth, to know your missing me, for you are the only one, who fulfilled my every need. I sit and try to find, the reason, why I still survive.

The plans we made together, lay shattered in the sea, a sea of pain, grief and of misery and now there'll never be, how can those dreams be seen, now that you are gone, I need you here with me, to make our dreams come true, the only point in having them, was to share them all with you.

Submitted: Tuesday, December 24, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, December 25, 2013
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