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Shean Davis Poems
I cry. I cry for me. I cry for you; Mainly because I don't wish to see you again,
I'm no puppet
Just the other night when you were here, in my bed; The love we made…the tears we shed Did you take me for your fool, was I your momentary puppet; Pulling my strings…wanting me to speak your language, smile only for you..
One more thing to say
There can only be so many 'One more thing to say'
Burn and etch
Burn into my memory the memory of you, ...etch the memory of love and the things you wish for. Of course I've been with lovers before..
The night winds
The night winds say~ 'You shoulda' stayed, girl'
A falling leaf, A bit of lonely, A small breeze embracing its spiral down.
Undisturbed vessel; unyielding charter
An undisturbed vessel; An unyielding charter,
When you told me That you loved me; I believed you. And when you said,
Comments about Shean Davis
(4 April 1928 - 28 May 2014)
(March 26, 1874 – January 29, 1963)
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I cry for me.
I cry for you;
Mainly because I don't wish to see you again,
If I saw you, I'd go the other way; and that's quite sad.
I cry for the present.
I cry for past loveless moments,
and all that you snatched away.
I cry for believing in you,
I cry hating you for the letters you wrote,
I cry for the time you took to falsely perpetuate.
I cry for the energy I spent…
And now I cry because I'm so tired, now—
...and I cry like a child;
I weep sparingly because I am as an ancient well—empty ...