Edgar John Jackson
Daniel - Poem by Edgar John Jackson
Daniel, you will never know
How much I miss you when you have to go
My eyes are wet as a rainy day
And I can’t take my own daily way.
I just live when you have passed
And I begin to remember our inner past
You’ve forgotten what I gave for you and me
Now you don’t mind, it is what I can see.
Oh, Daniel, you will never see those tears I hide
When you’ve torn my heart in two by my side
Daniel, you will never see…
Oh Daniel, you will walk as nothing has changed for you
While I am always trying to be
Oh Daniel, that I don’t need you.
Have you asked yourself how I am?
Have you thought what I am?
I just pray to find someone
Who can lead what I feel and see the sun.
Hours have been passing with no pain
And this good-bye is what I don’t feign
While Daniel is lost in a new bed
I still keep those memories in my head.
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