Sweet Closing - Poem by k weingartz
An easy end?
A broken heart,
The days when we will be apart
A breakneck speed,
The briefest pause,
Reality bares it's sharpest claws
The nighttime now is drawing in,
Wrapping 'round my mind like sin
My thoughts of you,
Won't soon erase,
Won't lead me to a restful place
My dreams begin,
And there I see,
The part of you that once was me
Too much to give?
Too much to ask?
Too much of living in the past?
Round and round these questions fly,
Like red leaves falling from the sky
But through the swirling fog I see,
A glowing core of you and me
The pain recedes,
The hurt replaced,
A warm, sweet memory takes it's shape
Of laughing, whispers, stolen kisses,
Best-friend moments, lovers' wishes
These are the thoughts I'll take with me,
Through the years and over seas
Holding on to hope so true
That you know how much of me is you
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