Last Rendezvous

I revisited
the ailing forest
carpeted with autumnal leaves
our last rendezvous!
missing the gentle touch of her hand

the reckless rain washed away
her footprints in the sand
oh, what a reckless rain!

blizzard firce erased
her melodious voice
that once relieved my pain

I turned my sight to the moon
that shed no light
to make my poetry brighter

solitary lily
mourning at the sad turn of my fate
closed its eyes

but still, I love this place
our last rendezvous

with a blend of hope
in sunbeam eyes
I saw mine mirrored in her's
once upon a time
here just here.
Sunday, June 18, 2006
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