Being Matrix

Undying Memories - Poem by Being Matrix

As the wind blows
with a soothing murmur,
fallen leaves...
I wake up
to my winter memories...

A time long ago,
a land far away,
we spent our time
building sand castles...
we watched, as winter
weaved its spell
turned golden sunshines
into colder
darker nights...

Your dark eyes,
still haunt me
and I wonder,
who I am without
the warm touch of
your hands_
a broken heart,
and long lost memories
seek refuge in salty tears
fallen on my pillow
unheeded by me_

How the winter nights were endless
how truthful your words
your voice_seemed.

I still hear you...
I'm sure I do,
as you ever spoke to me_
of tomorrow,
not yet washed away with
sand castles.

Comments about Undying Memories by Being Matrix

  • (10/2/2011 12:02:00 PM)

    Beautiful lines, weaved intricately to form a well written piece.
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  • (9/24/2011 4:47:00 AM)

    The last two lines are to be admired by any reader who loves poetic diction of this quality. By the way, try to fix winte; I think it should be winter, nothing to worry about, just a small mistake in typing; this happens to me many times. It does not take from this good poem.

    You have done well here, and I read this poem several times; this is how much I came to like it.

    Keep it on!
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  • Hans Vr (9/24/2011 3:06:00 AM)

    A very well witten touching poem.
    If this is the first one you wrote, definitely keep on writing.
    You have talent.
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Poem Submitted: Saturday, September 24, 2011

Poem Edited: Saturday, September 24, 2011

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