Isabel Lavender

Rookie (06-09-1967 / Aalborg (Denmark))

Then There Was Rain - Poem by Isabel Lavender

What an exquisite summer it has been!
Lots of warm golden rays on my skin.

Spring started with a twist through a man,
very handsome and such a loving hand.
A Clandestine affair and bodies heating,
all left for us were secret warm meetings.

Summer came and we were so complete,
always smiling and I became your treat.

All things good (but wrong) must now end!
I chose to loose a lover and a dear friend.
Darling mine; please never cry over me!
In time my reasons for leaving, you will see.

I wanted you like a hot coal stove on fire,
please listen; you are such a special desire.

Suddenly the sky poured down with rain,
now nothing will never ever be the same.
Someone just as special only mine indeed.
I now have him to fill my innermost need.

I pray for forgiveness for jumping away,
just never ever expect me to always stay.

If I could perhaps I would try to commit,
the day The One arrives I must submit.
I guess it is scary to not follow the flow.
I might tell a new story when comes snow.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, October 1, 2008



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