Zevanda Borjon

Rookie (December 26,1990 / Fabens)

The Last Kiss Goodbye - Poem by Zevanda Borjon

My reflction in the water
attemps to show me the truth
the makeup cover the scars
once shown by my youth

The rainfall kisses my face
then soon hides my tears.
Embelished by the memory
of the 'forgotten' years.

Attempting to hide the past
and just throw it away,
the thought of forgetting
makes me remember more and more each day.

The water now engulfs me
as i fall away from sound
the chaos that once covered me
is nowhere to be found.

Just a numb sense that will soon take all
forever enchanted by the kiss of rain
as it swallows me whole
and I can no longer feel pain.


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Poem Edited: Friday, April 15, 2011


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