Solomon Ndichu


Lost Love - Poem by Solomon Ndichu

Lost of love, lots of words
Lost of bliss, lots of pain
Wake up everyday with a jagged dagger in my heart
Recalling you are gone and gone forever
Sometimes I sit and wonder
If angels took you as they were jealous
Or wanted to take you to heaven
Cause you had a heaven of your own in my arms
Am told to move on, but where do I go to?
Yet you were my one and final destination
Remember when we met
You thought I was a bit off
An oaf from a very old oater
Then you smiled and I fell
In a pool of your love
Basked in the light of your smile
Couldn't live without you
A few years of hard to get
Lots of laughter, lots of romance
Then 'I do' in the dress you so treasured after
I remember your voice, so soft so sweet
I hope angels beg you to sing for them
And I do
I do remember the warmth of your body
I do remember your soft hand on my cheek
I do remember the scent of your skin
I do remember the feel of your hair
I do remember our moments of ecstasy
I do remember running to the hospital
to see angels snatch you away from me
And I do, I do love you now until forever
My dearest obstruction, my favorite obsession

Topic(s) of this poem: lost love

Form: Free Verse


Comments about Lost Love by Solomon Ndichu

  • Soul Watcher (1/22/2016 2:04:00 AM)


    The last portion of the poem is very nice, well done Solomon. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, January 22, 2016



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