Regretful Memories; Memorable Dreams Poem by Bryan Taplits

Regretful Memories; Memorable Dreams



Remember? Of course you do-for you also were there
The breaths I breathed, my swaggering air-
The side glances at you that I timidly dared.
I recall those mornings where like a king I regally rose from those nights of dazzle so bright
Gazing on the dazzling one whom I dote on-still always a most memorable sight
Your eyes smiled when I saw you; I recall this and more:
I also remember that last argument that led me out of the door.

I recall that final night at that door where we first hugged, embracing like a wish.
The sun hid its shy eye at our fierce embrace,
The moonlight was enveiled- and she blushed at our kiss.
But then angry words were thrown at the floor-a gauntlet not to be ignored-
And two furious tongues wagged at each other, each warrior attacking and sniping like swords.
Thank God for this; My arms then enwrapped you-but good luck is not what it seems:
Because, regrettably, my dear, this last memory that I recall-
is no memory at all-
But merely a well worn dream.

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