Dianne jennifer Stephens

Rookie (30.9.1961 / Australia)

Journey Of Sorrow - Poem by Dianne jennifer Stephens

As i walked along the road
Something softly touched my side
Was that you i thought out loud
With sweating hands and pulse racing
I turned around, only a stick lay on the ground

Tears filled my eyes what a fool
For long a go you left my side
While skeing on that fatefull snow
Why did you go, i begged you to stay
But that mountain had its way

I wish that i could see your face
So i could tell you to save my place
But for now i walk this road
Untill its time for my journey to end

But then a smile a feeling of warmth
Of cource it was you that touched my side
We always walked side by side


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, August 7, 2005

Poem Edited: Thursday, April 20, 2006


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