Peter S. Quinn

To The Dim Oceans (From, Spring Come Come) - Poem by Peter S. Quinn

Do not be gone to love's dream
In to the darkness weeping
To the dim oceans faraway stream
Where shadows of flowers are creeping

The lonely skies for evermore
And rainy clouds all around blowing
Where thoughts of sorrow drift to shore
Into the yesterday's nowhere going

Where the eyes of a dripping tear
Radiance of everlasting is showing
And feelings of loneliness are near
With their mood shallowness glowing

Bouquets bound to be cast away
And nowhere into tomorrows’ color fire
The Realms of dark to meet the day
To give of its deep grief-stricken desire

Love that I had like a hope in its past
Walking away to departing times
Distant structure how curtly they last
Taken away into the offset of primes

Long is how long in comparative state
Nothing to hold on that can be of certain
All is approach of routes to each fate
Giving of pleasures and burning of pain

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, April 3, 2008

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