Velichi IoanFrancisco

Behind The Veil - Poem by Velichi IoanFrancisco

why? cause im fked up
how i got to be like this? you think you know me? btch please
you have no idea what it's like
what i did
where i came from
who I really am
she's the only one who knows
the rest are extras, dust in the wind
you think I care?
she's the only one I ever cared about
right after i fked it up
so no
i dont care
not about you
not about anyone
but her
because above all this shit that surrounds me day and night
her eyes still spark bright as the sun in my mind
in my soul
in my heart
i will never love again
the way I loved her
and before I die
the only thing i'll shed a tear for
is her
her smile
her whisper
the touch of her skin
the light in her eyes
for m:
i may have been hopeless
but you gave me hope
i may have been sad
but you made me smile
if you ever come to my funeral
don't cry
but be happy
because you made me happy
even if only for a moment
you made me whole
and baby
live your life
be happy
it's the only thing i ever wanted for you
grow old
have kids and surround yourself with the love that you deserve
if there is any light beyond that darkness
i know we will meet again
in another life
in another story
we would have been R&J

Topic(s) of this poem: death, eternity, love

Form: Shi

Comments about Behind The Veil by Velichi IoanFrancisco

  • Chinedu Dike (11/14/2015 8:50:00 PM)

    Love is a spiritual experience that affects one profoundly. It's whimsical and temperamental, appearing unannounced and may leave without warning. Love is a voyage of bliss that needs good piloting and nurturing to maintain its bliss. A well articulated love poem, subtly penned from inner recesses of the heart with conviction. Thanks for sharing Velichi. Please read my poem MANDELA - THE IMMORTAL ICON. (Report) Reply

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  • Kumarmani Mahakul (10/25/2015 3:35:00 PM)

    Eyes still spark bright as the sun in my mind, , , , VERY AMAZING EXPRESSION SHARED REALLY.....10 (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, October 25, 2015

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