Matthew Holloway

Gold Star - 5,634 Points (10 June 1978 / Cheshire, England)

When I Fear I May Be Losing You - Poem by Matthew Holloway

When I fear I may be losing you
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When I fear I may be losing you
A dull pain strikes my heart
I become inconsolable to all thought
I mourn myself a terrible loss
What is this I ask myself
This thought which brings such misery
Which saddens me in such a way
That all beauty becomes forgotten
You have become the world
All that lays within it, my love
In fearing I may be losing you
I ache a sorrowful loneliness
I count the hours between each kiss
Each longing look into your eyes
I pray that I count not too much
For the numberless agonies
Are the distance between us
When I fear I may be losing you
I am inconsolable by truth


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, December 4, 2011



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