Christine Reekie

Nothing Matters - Poem by Christine Reekie

Nothing matters any more
Except a touch,
Some love,
Brown leaves
And dying dreams.

I hold you...
Hold my heart,
Replace my soul with yours,
Substitute my life;
Would that I could.

You are my sweet dream,
The gem that glittered best,
Where all my hopes were kept,
But now.....
Let me hold you now,
Once more, for love.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 8, 2004

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