Nero CaroZiv


When Cold Winter Winds Gripped The Air Between Us - Poem by Nero CaroZiv

When cold winter winds gripped the air between us
And howling storms vexed the calm of my elongated nights
Driven to the extreme of painful delirium and lust
I strolled around your place with heavy heart

Who would assemble shame stricken to an offending banquet attire
Under such heavy incense beg this occasion spare an acquire
Once feelings unblemished luster bloomed no lose their pride
But once shaken their cankered buds blushes burrowing to hide

What breaks cannot be fixed the way it was any more
What have been lost will none be re-established into a gain
All efforts tears and toils are wretched in vain
And nothing can bring back the happy hour laugh and glamour


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Poem Edited: Saturday, January 25, 2014


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