Andrew Hackett


A Feeling Of Love - Poem by Andrew Hackett

A cold night, a summer’s day,
Every night I kneel and pray.
I pray for life and I pray for death
I pray for this feeling to disperse

A feeling so strong,
yet painful in side,
a feeling that is love can only be described,
it both hurts and heals,
but not in me,
the feeling of love has been so empty.

Now here I sit,
here I think,
when will my emotions follow me?
A feeling so divine I cannot find an eternity alone is what is mine

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, February 15, 2005



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