Lois doyle

Sleep - Poem by Lois doyle

In a life I'll tell you but once
A dream I had, a cut so deep I couldn't embellish
The hardest cut, the hardest dream to wake up from
I slept on the porch of an abandoned house with you
Shivered in the night and watched you sleep
When I awoke I stood and walked away
I looked back and whispered goodbye

I stood by him and smiled
All of our silly little games and everyone seen it in your eyes
But that smile washed away like the sand washes in the ocean
And it fell out of my reach so I gave up on you
And I just went to sleep

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, October 8, 2008

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