Hebert Logerie

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Un Départ Vespéral


Tu es partie ce soir
Mignonne, sans espoir
De retourner au berceau.

Tu m'as laissé
Avec le cœur blessé
Fou et jaloux comme un sot.

Hier, tout était beau
Les étoiles, derrière les rideaux
Scintillaient majestueusement.

Tu m'embrassais sincèrement
Et calmais la chaleur
Qui brûlait les brins de mon cœur.

Adieu aux doux moments
Tu es partie comme le vent
Printanier d'avril.

Je suis maintenant
Mélancolique et mécontent
Comme un orphelin du Nil.

Copyright© Avril 2012, Hébert Logerie, Tous Droits Réservés
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Submitted: Friday, April 20, 2012
Edited: Saturday, April 21, 2012

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This is one of many poems that was written for 'mignonne'. This poem is of couurse in French.

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