Julius Lenaiyarra

Lost Love - Poem by Julius Lenaiyarra

The ground around being hazy
The pinching pain of hours
The erotic love of faded years
He wept for the last time
'Tis you oh love
That I mimmick.

The wretched once young body
Matched with a worn-out soul
Producing a wierd man
That no one understood
Always on his philosophy
Trying to find out
Why this happened.

It flash-backed to him
His young soul searched
That his lover left
Upon the cruel hand of death
Merciless as it were
Leaving a lonely island on the earth
Isolated from love and humanity
He sets out to know this
Perphaps, he would find the answer
To sooth the wretched
Of lost love.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Poem Edited: Friday, April 13, 2012

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