Nero CaroZiv

Once Two Friends - Poem by Nero CaroZiv

Once, Once upon a time we were friends an elder and a youth
Bond together in the quest of the light of truth
But what whispering tongues’ poison what rough winds wedged to set us aloof

A riddle of constancy which lives in realm above
And life is a thorny path of youth in vain
And to be worth with the one we love
Does work like gnawing poison, a demon of madness havocking the brain

Alas since then neither of us could find the other
To free the hallow heart from anguishing painting
We still stay apart; the scares we meant to mend remain ailing

Like giant steep lofty cliffs we stand asunder
A dreary sea now follows between
Which neither heat nor frost nor quake nor thunder
Shall wholly shakes it away, I dream to wean
The marks of love which once had been

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, August 21, 2010

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