Alice Baudoin

Reflection On The Past

"How sad and bad
And mad it was -
But then, how it was sweet"

Robert Browning



Infatuation
Closes your eyes
Love
Opens them

Infatuation
Lives in the dark
Love
In the light

Infatuation
Says I've always known you
Love
I'm still learning you

Infatuation
Writes verses
On a page
Love
Writes pages
Of life

Infatuation
Lives the second
Like an eternity
Love
The eternity
Like a second

Infatuation
Says I love you
Love
Wipes away your tears

Infatuation
Burns you
Love
Warms you up at night

Infatuation
Is a quick, tumultuous river
Love
A deep, silent ocean

Topic(s) of this poem: infatuation

Poem Submitted: Monday, December 28, 2015

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Comments about Reflection On The Past by Alice Baudoin

  • Manonton Dalan (1/10/2016 11:23:00 AM)

    yes learning steps
    of love and for every
    steps is a memory.

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