Theo Williams

Rookie (14/05/94 / Australia)

Insomnia - Poem by Theo Williams

Oh that summer
She left only the face
Of my one lover
I shalln't replace.

All night I think
Only of her
Beauty that'll sink
Into my endeavour.

I journey my mind
To remember the name
That would sound sweet and kind
A lip to my lips to claim.

The moon loves the sun
Waves love the sand
Why I let go this one
We'd go hand in hand.

My nights are endless
Sleepless with thought
My soul friendless
With your love I sought.

Your blur in my brain
Is a beating drum
That drives me insane
Your spells I've succumb.

That summer on the beach
Walking along the sand
A kiss of cream and peach
My craziness you planned.

Violins serenade the sunset
We lay in arms on the hill
This beauty b'fore me, dulcet
Like in your hair the daffodil.

You swim in my mind
Sing in my voice
My love you're blind
Your memory I rejoice.

My moon is met with tosses and turns
Is your name Ally, Stacey or Leah?
My heart forever yearns
Oh my dear beloved, you are my insomnia.


Comments about Insomnia by Theo Williams

  • (9/22/2012 7:45:00 PM)


    Describes well the underlying feeling... good work... Terry (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, August 23, 2012



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