The Lone Tear - Poem by Kezang Dawa
The lone tear
Glittering behind the window pane
a droplet of tear fall;
all wet in the heat of the sun;
Submerged in depth of broken pain.
The passer-by asks,
why pain, why the tears?
But no one is to be blamed
Neither me nor god;
love was born to be broken.
When the love disappears
an empty chasm lies between two hearts
Love bleeds under the depth of despair.
Lovers cry tears through
eyes down to their broken heart.
I ran down to the corridor
saw the lovers in love
their hearts hooked to each other
like they have never fallen in love before.
The note of love are blurred with tears
When their lone heart breaks,
thus sings their heart
a song so forlorn;
Before the sun dry that lonely teardrop
there had been joyance in its sound.
Before the wind swept away that lovely teardrop
he fixed his eyes on the sparkling window pane
one more time.
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