Robert James Robinson

Rookie (1992- / Fort Wayne)

Sunset Chills - Poem by Robert James Robinson

Timeless day
In twilight blue
Wrapped in red
She never knew

All day long
Beside the tree
He never dreamed
She would leave

Always down
Yet never high
Above the hills
And beneath the sky

In this casket
She lies still
My spine is cold
I feel the chills

One eye open
In the sky
I blame myself
Asking why

Now I’m mourning
Stomach’s turning
Sunset dawns
It’s always burning

Yet so cold
And lifeless hope
Memories last
Until we go

Do not fret
This isn’t much
We both knew
How much we loved

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  • (5/5/2010 5:15:00 PM)

    O.O Thats really good man! Keep up the good work! : D (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, May 5, 2010

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