Alejandra Olivas

Rookie - 148 Points (December 7,1989 / Mexico)

I Call Your Name In The Night - Poem by Alejandra Olivas

I call your name in the night
Hoping, mercy will be granted on this soul
And you will come to me.

I call your name in the night
All I hear is the whisper of the wind.
And you still don’t come to me.

I call your name in the night
All I see is the moonlight
And you still don’t come to me.

I call your name in the night
All I taste are the almonds from Aphrodite’s presence
And you still don’t come to me.

I call your name in the night
All I smell are the fresh roses
And you still don’t come to me.

I call your name in the night
All I feel is the emptiness your absence has banished me to
And you still don’t come to me.

I call your name in the night
Until my senses became numb
And faded away
You still don’t come to me!


Comments about I Call Your Name In The Night by Alejandra Olivas

  • Jazib KamalviJazib Kamalvi (12/21/2018 11:32:00 AM)

    A good start with a nice poem, Alejandra. You may like to read my poem, Love And Iust. Thank you. (Report)Reply

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  • THE FIRST SHRIKE (4/21/2007 1:42:00 PM)

    For whoms name is it do you call, or does he have a name at ll? If this question that you have ask, then he whom you call will come at last. (Report)Reply

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  • Delilah Miller (4/20/2007 7:20:00 PM)

    And then I start to wonder if that person will ever come. I like this poem; it's memorable, and a keen topic, the feeling of being dissapointed and you can't even be angry about it.

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    Alejandra Olivas(12/26/2018 9:08:00 AM)

    I know, but trust me the wait... is worth it... it took me about 11 years... and that person, although i met them, its still a work in progress, it made all the difference.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, April 20, 2007

Poem Edited: Wednesday, February 16, 2011


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