Javier Falcon

Rookie - 129 Points (October 11,1990 / Miami, Florida)

Solemn Wishes - Poem by Javier Falcon

I crawl onto my bed without breath,
pain devouring me from inside,
as tears erupt from my sapphire eyes,
dampening the cloth I had a grip on.

As I catch a glimpse of her,
leaning against my door, in tears,
then walking toward me with that warmth,
wrapping your arms around me.

Telling me that everything had passed,
that all would be all right at the end,
giving me a tender kiss on the cheek;
which I went to return at the moment.

Seeing a bright light and vivid sounds,
waking up to shouting and havoc around,
seeing something right next to me, dark,
as I can hardly breathe in this position.

Seeing a steering wheel packed against me,
her, next to me, but yet not there.
as I touch your wet coat, only to look at my hand,
greatly stained in all tones of red.

Seeing two lights coming full speed,
not knowing we were there in trouble,
steering in this dark toward more chaos,
as I sit there and wait.

Pulling my love closer to me,
kissing her gently on the forehead,
stating my last solemn wishes,
saying my last good byes.

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  • May Namoc (10/17/2008 2:02:00 PM)

    great poem. ^^ another great piece but expected from you. ur amazing ofcourse! =P


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, October 9, 2008

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