Forbidden, Forgotten - Poem by J.M. Española
Journey through rhymes of space and time,
Under the pale blue moon, we shine,
Delving into the thoughts of each, and
Ending the night with a kiss to your cheek.
Amidst the square garden, we sing, we dance,
Mingling with fate, leaving it to chance,
Amidst the square garden, we dance, we sing, with
Em'rald trees and the softness they bring.
East winds approached, and chills had set in,
Shrapnels replaced where trees once had been.
Poking, devouring, oh never stopping,
And poor couple had but to have their ways parting.
Never holding, never seeing,
Off to a land of not our own choosing,
Love, i have none but these mem'ries you gave,
And these things i take, with me to my grave..
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