Rene' Bennett

Rookie - 10 Points (Los Angelos, California)

A Love As No Other - Poem by Rene' Bennett

As I look at your name
Please say it's not true
Chiseled in stone
Shiny and new.

This can't be happening
It must be a dream
I've been asleep now
Forever it seems.

It's not right
And life's not fair
I call for you
Though you're not there.

As you told me
I tried not to cry
But there's a hole in my heart
Filled with questions of why.

I cry day and night
Missing you
And for all the things
We still wanted to do.

My soul will scream
The rest of my life
With pain so deep
It cuts like a knife.

I try to move on
But I'm so lost without you
You were my strength
In all I would do.

My eternal love
Is as no other
A special bond shared
From daughter to mother.


Comments about A Love As No Other by Rene' Bennett

  • (2/8/2008 1:08:00 AM)


    I'm glad I got a chance to read your lovely verse. Well-done! (Report) Reply

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  • (7/30/2005 3:35:00 AM)


    Rene'... this is beautiful...~ Just keep writing...it will release you... I know, you are mourning something deep and profound right now....but, everything we experience in this life is to teach us how to remain in touch with our hearts...People we love, pass thru us....and even if they die, they leave their mark on us forever. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, July 22, 2005



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