william mae


Why Is It? - Poem by william mae

The stars have their twinkle,
The moon it’s mystic light,
But I will never hold you,
Not even for one night.

The sun has its glory,
The morning has its dew,
But I will never for one night,
Link my heart to you.

Why is it?

The pine tree has its whisper,
The wheat it’s gentle sway,
This love is all but wasted,
While you're so far away?

The ocean has its beauty,
The mountain has its view,
Why is it, everything is paired,
Accept my heart to you?


Comments about Why Is It? by william mae

  • (3/17/2005 9:32:00 PM)

    This is beautiful and quite well balanced. It's great. (Report)Reply

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  • (3/15/2005 10:43:00 AM)

    Nice poem William, one edit though if I may:
    change your in,
    'While your so far away? ', to you're. Very nice, pleasant read. Thanks
    Kenneth
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  • (3/15/2005 8:35:00 AM)

    Beautiful, gentle and an excellent flow.

    Chrissie
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  • (3/15/2005 8:15:00 AM)

    Nice poem =) Keep up the good work....... (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, March 15, 2005

Poem Edited: Tuesday, March 15, 2005


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