An Ocean Of Tears - Poem by Ruth warren
Memories flood my heart and mind,
as they extinquish all hopes and dreams;
drowning the joy I've been searching for,
of which I have never seen.
Any recollection of elation,
that I have ever had;
has dissappeared from my memories,
as a sea shell buried deep in the sand.
Dwelling within my heart and soul,
is the sorrow I feel every day;
replacing all joy I have ever known,
with guilt, heartache and shame.
All happiness I have ever encountered,
is slowly fading each day;
into an Ocean of tears that I've cried,
as the tide slowly sweeps them away.
I try to cling to the memories,
that have caused me to laugh and smile;
yet even as they slip through my fingertips,
I am thankful that I knew them for awhile.
As I sit upon the beach by the Ocean,
formed from the tears that I've cried;
I see a reflection of my sordid past,
and all I wish for is to die.
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