Bancroft Boreland

Rookie - 0 Points (February 14 / Jamaica)

See You At The Crossroads - Poem by Bancroft Boreland

Her life-less body lies still in the coffin
As I kiss her lips and whisper farewell
I keep staring at her
Hoping that she will open her eyes
I keep looking at the coffin
Wishing that I too was inside
I wish I could bring her back
By taking her place
But I know that it is already too late
My heart bears a sorrow so great
And there is none to unburden me
Of this dark weight
The tears pour down my cheeks
As they lower the coffin and cover her grave
I feel like a sea without waves

I know that I shall see her again
At the point where the roads
Of life and death intersect
Then… and only then
Will I be happy again…

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Poem Submitted: Monday, May 16, 2011

Poem Edited: Monday, May 16, 2011

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