Love Sonnet - Poem by Terry Donovan
I hate it when we have to say goodbye
And I must turn and leave you once again.
The hours always pass so slowly by,
The sand falls through the hour-glass grain by grain.
And even knowing parting's not for long
This loneliness inside me can't console.
Without you with me life just seems so wrong,
The world I'm living in and empty hole.
I try to think of other things instead
But in my mind I don't know where to start.
I used to do my thinking in my head
But now it only happens in my heart.
And as the time drags, I must wonder why
When I'm with you it somehow learns to fly
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