Avery Eglantine

Rain - Poem by Avery Eglantine

I feel every single rain drops on my hand
Unending like a million sand
Though laughers and the memories
And the sound of our steps

The sweet scent of perfume
The tension of the curfew
The fox rain music in my ears
Bring it all back with tears

It was cold literally and not
Deep inside and most extent out
All was enveloped by the ice
Brought loneliness and all despises

I felt as if I wasn't alone
Together alone can never be
Icily talking to stones
Fast go birds do flee

Moment and more moments came
Left alone, AGAIN! ! Now who's to blame?
The most painful pain and all those shame
Agony of Ice and Nostalgia joined the game….

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I remember a Friend

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Poem Submitted: Friday, April 20, 2012

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