hazem al jaber

Rookie - 31 Points (21 may 1965 / kuwait)

Today She Dead - Poem by hazem al jaber

today my sweet angel dead
she were with me here...
here with me all a time...
her hands never leave my hands...
her body always touching mine..
her soul fear to leave my world...
but today she gone...
yes she dead and left me alone..
she were with me her..
but now, no she is not..

her wounds were mine...
her happiness were mine...
her sadness were mine too...
and today she left...

her she was, her with me...
i cried when she did..
became tired when she was...
talked just when she looked and when talked to me..
but she gone....

today my angel dead...
she was my life...
she light up my darkness nights...
and changed all my world...
because she was with me....
but now she is not, ,
because she gone...
and alone i am now as before..

hugged her the last hug...
and carried her to the last home..
there where she will live alone too..
kissed her the last kiss...
the last kiss which never to have it any more...

my angel dead...
and now i am crying
crying her die..
but crying alone...

be safe my sweetheart...
and with to my god, to bless you as well..
sleep baby..sleep..
sleep for ever...
alone you are sleeping now..
not with me, as we did before...
but please wait for me...
want and not for long...
because soon i will come to you..
again as i came to you before, when i met you for a first time...

good-bye my love...
good-bye my sweet partner..
good-bye my world which i lost it now...

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, August 3, 2006

Poem Edited: Friday, August 20, 2010


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