Rodion Myshkin

Forlorn Love - Mannipaaya - Poem by Rodion Myshkin

Held safely in my hands,
Barely beating
And shackled in bands,
A heart throbbed in pain.

Why cherish a love in vain?
The rhythm of another
Bound together,
Knew the agony awaiting
Yet still hoped in waiting,

The memories do complain
Pulled forth in strain,
A future forlorn
The present so torn,
Happiness roamed free
But never’d find me.

The final beat tolled
As people foretold,
We could never be together
We can never stay apart
Yet this was fate.
It was her heart,
But really, it was mine.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, May 5, 2011

Poem Edited: Friday, May 6, 2011

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