Hope Regain - Poem by Gerry Legister
Her sapphire eyes penetrated my soul,
water of a full cup flowing from inside
Smeared her face with the bitter cold,
Streams of fresh joy could not hide.
The thing which made smiles sparkling
Began the bliss within
From excitement of being
Strangely in love again
Bittersweet tears are softly torn,
From reflection glistens off her face
Betrayed the fate she had worn,
Breathless sleep hidden by grace.
From love lost to hope regain,
The flame of Poison taste,
Disappear with the whisper of pain
And silence pierces the cruel place.
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