Nina gáspari

Rookie - 0 Points (05/13/1985)

Memoir - Poem by Nina gáspari

Whose face I have easily yet painfully erased
Whose voice I no longer hear on the other end of the phone
The one that´s walked away leaving me
With the embrace of the abandon
Whose hands warmth I no longer feel in the cold nights
Whose arms no longer hold me, giving me the butterflies
The one with an innocent smile
That had me besotted for a while
Whose lips I no longer feel against mine, yet I can still
Taste you from time to time
The one that´s changed right before my eyes
Whose heart was unreachable
The one that had me doing the unthinkable
The one that´s gone, and left me a scent
As a souvenir
The one whose heartbreak´s just a dried tear.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, November 26, 2010

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