mark anthony st. rose

Rookie - 57 Points (11-03-1979 / trinidad)

A Song For Lisa - Poem by mark anthony st. rose

When my passion weeps in morning time,
hear birds singing still my heart it cries.
Got to push myself to move on,
tears fall from my eyes on fallen ground.

The roses they no longer smell as sweet,
our kisses they would no longer meet.
Your laughter that used to fill the air,
your smile rainbows couldn't compare

(chorus)
its never been the same since you've died,
I've tried to go on Lord You know I've tried.
Lisa though you're gone I know you're there,
in the sunset or the sky somewhere.

Your memories it flashes constantly,
those were the days just you and me.
You were always there when I needed you most,
when you spoke of me our love would boast.

Lisa I'm writing this song for you,
if you were me you would do it too.
I hope you could hear this heaven's ears,
and one day know i'll join you there.

When my passion weeps in morning times,
hear birds singing still my heart it cries.
Got to push myself to move on,
tears fall from my eyes on fallen ground.

(chorus)

Its never been the same since you've died,
I've tried to go on Lord you know I've tried.
Lisa though you're gone I know you're there,
in the sunset or the sky somewhere.






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Poem Submitted: Monday, February 8, 2010

Poem Edited: Saturday, August 28, 2010


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