Jessie Clarete Bernabe Cadsawan

Rookie (December 30,1950 / Angono, Rizal, Philippines)

When Love Has Gone - Poem by Jessie Clarete Bernabe Cadsawan

After those long happy days now comes the sad times, why after joy in return is sorrow and despair..

Colors red and gold had turned to gray
The moonlight is dim, stars don’t glow
Humid air surrounds and would not blow
Room was silent laughter’s now go.

Unlike before all things are right
Giggles heard the echoes are loud
Sky is bright, the stars glow light
Music in the air fresh to skin it touch...

When love is there no days any nights
Everything so fast unnoticed it pass
But when love has gone, all days all nights
Sadness and tears makes hours to stop.

But what must be done to let go love
The feeling that was built in the heart
Should one let go and bear the hurt
But one must let go to end the love.

January 30,2010 2: 40 am Philippines

Comments about When Love Has Gone by Jessie Clarete Bernabe Cadsawan

  • (1/29/2010 12:51:00 PM)

    Very True, a good Poem, but what is life without sorrow, the nature runs in a cycle, after every winter spring comes, and after every spring winter comes, life will not have any flavor if it is a continues train of Joy, after all the true value of joy is known only when there is suffring, we know about the existence of light because there is darkness, nothing is permanent, we let go of all things even our body once death comes, it is nothing to let go of love. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, January 29, 2010

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