Kezune Walker

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I Look Into The Dark Night Sky And See You. - Poem by Kezune Walker

I look into the dark night sky and see you.
I look at the glistening moon, and I see you.
I look into the gentle lake, and see your reflection.
I look at the gleaming stars and see your eyes.
I look at the mountains standing tall and proud, and I remember you.
I look in the mirror, and I see you by my side.
No one else can see,
No body believes in you,
But me.

The Day you find my tears in the Ocean is the day I stop Loving you,
There's not a day goes by that I don't think about you.
The shattered pieces of my heart are so small -
They could fit through the eye of a needle,
But I can see you picking up the pieces handing them to me,
But I know your not there.
I lay awake at night thinking of you,
Wishing you were here with me.

Wishing you were real.
But I believe.
I believe in you.


Comments about I Look Into The Dark Night Sky And See You. by Kezune Walker

  • (1/9/2008 1:41:00 PM)


    Beautiful and touching.
    I especially like the line 'wishing you were real' for its incongruity with the rest of the poem. The love you speak about seems so solid I dont understand how it can not be about someone real? ? ?
    Great poem.
    Effie xx
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  • (12/6/2007 4:03:00 AM)


    Woah... that's amazing! (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, November 3, 2007

Poem Edited: Saturday, February 11, 2012


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