Nagligivaget - Poem by Stuart Doggett
Swimming in the words you said
And things you make me feel,
Answers bouncing round my mind,
Penned in by bars of steel.
You lavish your feelings upon me,
I feel I’m in the wrong,
I know just what I want to say
But it must come off my tongue.
The silence may not be broken
But it doesn’t mean that I don’t care.
The words have not been spoken
But emotion is still there.
Soon enough the time will come,
Soon enough I’ll crack,
When your light again blinds my eyes
I will finally give them back.
And as ice begins to grow around
My scared and secretive heart,
I will say nagligivaget to you
Before the next time we part.
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