Alyssa Princess Laqui

Rookie (December 30,1991 / Manila)

Garden Of Pain - Poem by Alyssa Princess Laqui

I can still remember
I was in the garden of love
Waiting for my roses to grow
But even one of them didn't

Since I met you.
You teached me how
How to make my roses
Bloom beautifully as spring comes

We made each other's heart
To be in bloom
Until that day came
Which I feared to happen

You promise
To come back
And will put up
all of my roses in bloom

As year passed by
The garden we had
Become hopeless and
Cold wind comes around

All of the roses and other flowers
Frown and frown
Until the garden of love
Was now the garden of pain

When I heard
You're coming back
I felt happy
And fixed up the garden with love

The flowers bloomed
So sweet
And make my world colorful
With the love I felt for you

You came back
But not with the one
I used to know
You're eyes tell me your sadness

As you stared at my eyes
I asked
'Did you come back to put my roses to be in bloom again?

But your eyes
Seems to be leaving again
You can't speak
And your eyes are in feared

I wondered why
You said
'Sorry, But I'm not here to put them but to feel their torns for making you wait in the dark'

Now, Im here
In the garden of pain
Waiting for my roses
To bloom again.


Comments about Garden Of Pain by Alyssa Princess Laqui

  • (2/4/2007 4:49:00 AM)

    A beautiful yet sad poem. Excellent verse. I have enjoyed reading this. Best wishes suzan (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, February 4, 2007

Poem Edited: Saturday, January 8, 2011


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