Regret Ii- How It Ended... - Poem by the poet
Here I am, across the busy road,
There she is, with her radiant smile,
My caged feelings are bursting free,
I cannot contain it anymore.
I tried to stare away,
To just leave and move away,
But my heart disobeys me,
My desires do not permit me.
With my shaking feet I stepped forward,
Closer and closer towards my love,
Every inch deepens my breath,
Every step hastens my beating heart.
There is no turning back,
I crossed the line,
That I feared so long,
Did I made the right choice?
My body is frozen solid,
My icy lips can barely move,
When I finally dragged myself,
In front of my ice queen.
I tried to open my mouth,
But the words won’t come out,
My legs are trembling mad,
As sweat fall like pouring rain.
Before I could say the words,
She left in a hurry,
I tried to gave chase,
But my legs are just too heavy.
Just as I turn around the corner,
I saw her with another man,
She seems so happy,
As they held each other.
I could not believe my eyes,
I don’t want to,
My heart is being strangled,
I cannot accept this cruel reality.
With my bleeding heart I ran,
All my dreams are falling apart,
My hopes are shattered,
And tears break free from within.
How could I bear this pain?
Of losing the one I love,
Who does not even know I love her,
I am such a fool in love.
So I stand, in the pouring rain,
Let it wet my face,
Waking me from this trance,
Maybe this is all just a dream……
On my knees I beg of you,
My Lord please,
Give me a chance,
To say… I Love You,
Is that so much to ask for?
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