Tears - Poem by zofnat kkk
Come and go, wet and dry
They never stay for too long-
Because in the river of ice
I shall freeze and die.
How long should we wait
Extinguish the flame of Love;
And then between its ashes
Kindle the fire over and over again?
All the memories flood me,
Like a volcano which bursts out;
Relive the sweet hours with you;
Then leave me empty;
Your face is engraved on my mind;
All of your moves -
are burned in my blood;
You never looked so bright;
You were never as beloved as you are now.
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