Green Peace


Separation - Poem by Green Peace

The spur I was separated,
From my beloved
I was all alone
Useless it is to be born.

Where shall I go?
My life to whom I owe?
My thoughts crystallized
My imaginations paralysed.

My emotions struck
I was transfixed
I was like a fish out of water,
Like a soap without lather.

I thought only of you
You were the diamond among the few.
You were my contemplation
My concentration and meditation.

The love you gave me
From the superstitions you freed me
I am in agony
In anguish

In melancholy,
Complete disharmony,
In dissatisfaction
And frustration.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, October 8, 2008



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