Joel Roderick Bisson

Bronze Star - 2,942 Points (21st May 1981 / Syracuse, New York, United States)

If You Must Forget - Poem by Joel Roderick Bisson

If I can tell you anything now
I will tell you this exactly
This is what I want to know:

When I gaze upon the moon
How doth shines the sun
To light up such wonders
Like the look you give

The look
That burning heart
Those eyes cast flames
That smile so surprising
Piece my soul
The aim to which you seek
Be that of your intent
To have to strike
A Heart unto fires
That lies in your eyes

A tale of our time
That if you were here
You'd say the same
We are crossed
A star marked by another
That falls into yours
Worlds collide
The word unites
As the ring
I would give
If true
You are

Is this what you want?
The desires of eyes
Flames will arise
For all that you are
Burn

You could be what I seek
The heat is scorching
Match made of stars
In you such a star
You simply
Are

But if you must forget
What could have been
To us a glorious end
To all lies
In your choice
Now.

Topic(s) of this poem: love, love and friendship


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Poem Submitted: Friday, November 13, 2015



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