Raymond Valadez

Rookie (12-21-1982 / Mexico)

A Lost Letter - Poem by Raymond Valadez

My beloved

Tomorrow our ship sails back across the archipelago to our home. I plead with you beloved that along with the morning suns, you my torch might find your way on that ship. It is destiny and the gods that proclaim it so. That we should find our life forever entwined. And maybe my beloved when history remember us, it could inspire lover from across the land to dispute love. Do not be troubled with fears about what your husband might carry out, for even if he was to assemble a massive army I would wage war for your love and if I should loose my life doing so, then it’s a price worthy of paying for my eternal love.

Beloved I beg of you, if for any reason hesitation sets in. imagine of what life desire to give us. My captive queen. For its your eyes that has set my destiny a corse. It is your image that has intoxicated my reasoning. Your lips that grant me life now and if you take them away then give me death tonight. I will suffer tonight’s second as if each one was to transform into hours. Sleep will be my enemy and anguish my companion. A love like ours is one like no other. Do not be afraid Time will prove that our love merits the pain that our egoism caused.

Forever your loving Prince


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Poem Edited: Wednesday, February 3, 2010


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