Whisper - Poem by David Wicks
The sounds came and went
Like the time that we spent,
But it's the time we shared I will always remember,
No matter how short it was,
No matter how one-sided the love.
And when I walk the Earth alone,
Its surface destroyed and decaying,
It will be You who I think of who
Keeps me sane in my solitude.
I will whisper Your name
And the wind will carry it to the horizons
Where the sunbeams shall dance in remembrance of You.
The whisper will carry on and echo over the ruins,
Boom over the canyons,
And whistle under the rocks.
It shall return to me, but by then my time will have expired.
When Death comes, I shall lay wherever
And dream of You as I sleep forever.
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