Daniel Richards

Rookie (09-11-1982 / London, England)

*heartbreak Rain* - Poem by Daniel Richards

There’s an old heart down on the corner, drowning in its pain
I can see the sorrow in her eyes, tears are leaving there stain,
Picture imperfect memory and you’ll see her final phase
Long time they where together,
Now it’s a long time since those glory days.

She talks of painful tragedy, from the days lived empty since
He slipped away, and the realisation he wont ever be coming home again,
The heartbreak rain is coming down drenching her as she makes footsteps on the street of pain

Another broken soul in the lost and found
Leaves her another night on the streets of pain
Heartbreak rain keeps coming down
And she hopes it will wash it all away

With the realisation she cannot break the chain,
Her man, her love, had died and left a vacancy
Filled by the heartbreak rain,
Now she can only reminisce of that final day, that one final kiss
Then the heavens opened and took her man away,

Hold her hand in company, and tell her a few little things,
Although he’s gone, he never left.
Its hard to see now in the pouring heartbreak rain
But inside your heart and mind forever he’ll remain
Heaven needed an angel, so he took your man away
But inside your memories of those past happy days
Forever and always he will I promise,
Forever he will remain

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, August 5, 2008

Poem Edited: Friday, February 27, 2009

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