Teresa Lina


Wherever You Are (Lonely Person) - Poem by Teresa Lina

Time has gone, what's done is done its time to move on To another place, another space, maybe circling some other sun Don't ask why, don't ask how I still can't explain To say goodbye, goodbye for now till i see you again.

In the sunlight that's where i'll be in the moon night close your eyes, you will see me In the sunrise in the twilight i'll be the morning none and the evening star I will be there with you wherever you are.

Life is strange, such joy and pain The betrayal and the kiss It maybe meant to be, maybe destiny Leads us down a path like this Child is born, true love is sworn All the in-between Well you walk on, walk on until the path is gone Learning love is the only everything.

In the sunlight that's where i'll be in the moon night close your eyes, you will see me In the sunrise in the twilight i'll be the morning none and the evening star I will be ther with you wherever you are.

So it's goodnight, things go wrong but it's alright We're all just passin' through here at the speed of light.

In the sunlight that's where i'll be in the moon night close your eyes, you will see me In the sunrise in the twilight i'll be the morning and the evening star I will be there with you Wherever You Are...


Comments about Wherever You Are (Lonely Person) by Teresa Lina

  • (9/1/2005 2:23:00 AM)


    I don't know why I like this poem so much, but I do. It's got something (Report) Reply

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  • (8/3/2005 10:23:00 AM)


    'maybe circling some other sun', I like that line a lot, it has a lot of symbolic resonance, and it carries emotion with it, too. (Report) Reply

  • (8/3/2005 6:55:00 AM)


    I kind of dig this poem. I like the rambling style, it almost sounds like a song as well, and the feel is pure hippy cool. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, August 3, 2005



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