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Crystal's In The Sand

Rating: 5.0
See the lonely man
sitting out there alone
stuck inside a memory
watching the storm roll on in
bringing down the rain
tears from yesterday

He hides behind his pain
wondering if it will always be the same
here in lifes little game
that we all have to play
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Dr Antony Theodore 15 May 2016
Now he see's the setting sun a face of such a beautiful one shining like a rainbow in the sky he knows her love will never die even now that she's gone her love keeps him moving on.....this is really really beautiful. enjoyed reading and rereading your poem.... felt the love and the passion and liked the title very much. love shall never die........ shining crystals. thank you. tony
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* Sunprincess * 12 August 2015
.......love the message in this poem - love is beautiful, true love never dies ?
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moon dust 24 November 2009
This is achingly, beautiful and sad. It brought tears to my eyes. I feel I'm there. beautiful!
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Philip Winchester 15 October 2009
Nice Work Bob, I feel you wrote this one just for me, I can read between it`s lines....Brilliant. Kind Regards Philip
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Pandian Angelina 04 October 2009
her love keeps him moving on.... Tender, sad, loving.... Angel
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Jen Capaldi 03 October 2009
a sad and sentimental poem that is beautiful and eloquently written. it has a solid steady flow to it and the emotions are written so well you can feel them as you are reading. some very vivid and moving lines: Feeling like there is no more love to give when the woman he loved so much in time still holds it all here in her hand like crystal's in the sand Like time kept by an hourglass Grain of sand by grain falls It falls slow, So slow i can see each piece of sand as original as a snowflake Piece by piece they pile atop of each other making it's own small dune inside of the glass It falls so quickly, So quickly all i can discern is a soft swishing stream One grain out of place falling at the right speed makes the mound of sand suddenly shift as if diplaced by the strong desert wind Time is what consumes me now In the wake of your abcense I am inside of the hourglass Being slowly consumed by the sands Great poem my friend. keep writing.10+++ Jen
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Jean Dament 26 September 2009
A sad poem that was beautifully expressed & written with a nice flow to it too. Thanks for sharing. one typo -'ctystasl'-'crystals' errors-'must to fly'-should be either 'wants to fly' or 'has to fly' Ravensong
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