Erika Harrison

Rookie (august 29,1967 / california)

Murat - Poem by Erika Harrison

We made a connection threw time and space
I can never forget your face
the way you speak
the look in your eyes
you set me Free
and my souls afire...

although your gone
our memories linger on
I look, Listen, watch and pray
that you will return again someday...

How can I express
the inner helplessness I feel when your gone?
the sorrow is real
the pain hanging on
this 'love' is now a burden I carry
as I set out alone...

If love can consume us
and sorrow become our best friend
how do we begin to let it all end?
how do I release my pain, my fears, and my love
to the healing comfort of God above?

if you have suffered on this journey too;
may GOD also bless you.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Poem Edited: Thursday, March 10, 2011

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