Peter S. Quinn


Love Songs Of The Past (From, Myspace) - Poem by Peter S. Quinn

Love songs of the past
Are like a memory glow
In many times and cast
That came to and fro
With hours losing identity
For being not steadily
Everything in life's coherently
Made to be done readily

Love songs of the past
They are always trying
Filling each their cast
Before diminished in dying
Raindrops fall on them
The days shall forget
They’ll become bleak emblem
In the times to regret

So much of lost is showing
The opportunities befall
Into the times of glowing
Straps in a sight and trawl
Follows your heart in days
Perhaps love comes again
Turning point darkish rays
Everything is now in vain

Love songs lost and done
Carry the weight no more
Like glisten that once shone
On to times steady shore
No man´s territory is this
All that is gone to deep
Like the red of sky bliss
No one is allowed to keep

Love songs of the past
They are always trying
Filling each their cast
Before diminished in dying
Raindrops fall on them
The days shall forget
They’ll become bleak emblem
In the times to regret


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Poem Submitted: Friday, June 27, 2008



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