My Doubts-Break Up Poem - Poem by nidal habash
A Letter to Erica:
How can I embrace you?
When we are ripped apart by oceans of tears.
How can we share a common ground?
When I am the shades and shadows of olive brown,
And you are the only white diamond in my crown.
How can our love withstand?
When I am the dignity of the Arabian sands,
And you are the bearer of the cross, marching to retake the holy land.
How can we mend a broken heart?
When I am a lonely wolf standing up to the moon filled sky,
Grieving our future with a howling cry.
Is there any hope for us?
Darling, I see the sun rising over the darkness of my doubts,
And water flowing in the land of drought.
Yes, love and hope are always alive.
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