Yi Feng Yan
Before You And Me - Poem by Yi Feng Yan
It was morning to I in the evenings of our everlasting shares;
As well as sunrise printed to those darkened pebbles in your eyes.
It was dawn felt during the loneliness of my unceasing tears;
Equal to twilight blemished in the context of your perfect lies.
It was you and solely you at the apocalypse of my raging fears;
But then you were also presented to be the cause of my demise.
For it was you, the drug of love, who gave me the will and the cares;
Abruptly leaving, parting and slaying the light of my life in the skies.
And to this I shout, out and loud, for the final of these affairs;
That with those words, thence related to you, would my hopes arise?
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