Andrew Degen

Rookie (August 18,1989 / Spokane, Washington)

Sorrows Forgotten Memories (Different Version) - Poem by Andrew Degen

Heart’s beauty stares at me
Those confusing eyes
Lingering in the blue night sky
As darkness over whelms them
Consuming them
As I cower in fear at it
The loneliness inside me
Is too much to bear
But pain’s grasp is slick
As her heart feels mine
She can see my pain
As I see her glorious beauty
That of which no one else can see
I hear her voice
Ringing in my ears
As I sit in silence
Listening to those words
Ones never heard for what they truly mean
A meaning
Not thought of in human hearts
But those who pursue it
Go un-forgotten by those who wait
For their turn
At sorrows forgotten memories


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  • (2/1/2008 11:54:00 PM)

    OH how beautifull, and touching, gently to the heart..... Bonnie Collins (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, February 1, 2008



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