Sid John Gardner

Rookie - 1 Points (29-08-44 / Liverpool Lancashire UK.)

Cayton Bay - Poem by Sid John Gardner

Dwell not on the sun that will never shine again,
That heartfelt agony to never again see her face.
Does she know the hurt the, regret, the pain,
The skies now darken and close is the ended race.

But memories brighten our day, then offer smiles,
Bright heavenly days follow darkest nights and true
Travelling to meet we did not count the miles,
Part of our lives with sunny days and skies of blue.

So we remember the good times and perhaps the bad,
The balance held our happiness of good times past.
Many times we shared our tears with love we had,
In our hearts we wish each other happiness at last.


Poet's Notes about The Poem

Happy memories often soften the hurt that once overwhelmed.

Comments about Cayton Bay by Sid John Gardner

  • (6/25/2013 1:59:00 AM)


    Nice to see you are putting up poems again, Sid. And this one is heartfelt.
    Fran xxxx
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  • Gajanan Mishra (6/12/2013 4:31:00 AM)


    we shared our tars with love, thanks.
    I invite you to read my poems and comment.
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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Poem Edited: Wednesday, June 12, 2013


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