Nero CaroZiv

Love Lost - Poem by Nero CaroZiv

She was so cruel and capricious making me bury our love
Not in a grave yard under a sluttish tomb stone
But beneath a tall oak tree of a forest dark, wide and alone
Where none can come across or see from above

There will be no memorial days or sad hours
And I shall never visit the tree or put flowers
Yet the mouth I loved so much to kiss and to treat
Was none like so daring and bittersweet

I shall never go to the under tree love grave
For the woods are hostile, dark and cold
My time I shall for new love save
New love, new joy, constrain the rebel heart, forget the old

All day long I shall stay in the sun
Where the wide winds blow and flowers bloom
But oh, I shall cry at night for my sorrow is still undone
When none will know my time of agony and gloom

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  • Captain Cur (8/11/2012 11:03:00 PM)

    Yes in the forest dark is where we bury lost love.
    No one to mourn but ourselves. Good write.
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Poem Submitted: Saturday, August 11, 2012

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