Colin Todd Andreas
Forbidden - Poem by Colin Todd Andreas
A forbidden love the tears at my heart and eats at my soul, all that I want is for someone to hold
She's there in my mind, again in my sleep, when day becomes reality . . . gone . . .
yes she went, with the sounds of the moon, heavenly sent
I call to her each day and sing to her each night, hoping she hears in wonder and delight
I know where she sleeps, I know where she plays, I wish I could go, but forbidden . . . no, I must stay away
She is young and beautiful, yet patient and wise; I was drawn to her by a force that I can't say
I wish I could hold her and kiss her lips, but forbidden . . . no, I must go away
Someday soon I will know what is true, are we to be or headed for doom
It saddens me deeply to think such a thought, to have lost to forbidden . . . again . . I must stop.
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