You Came Along - Poem by Fay Slimm
Under the tremulous arc of limitless sky
I walked alone,
with no feel of belonging to earth or ether,
and not knowing why.
Then I found my soul-space taken.
you came along
and swept clean the mystery place
in my heart.
You taught me love's meaning,
re-charged my fantasy, invaded me
with your amour,
and the shards of my modesty
were soon crushed.
Now we are parted,
I imagine what might have been,
and dream on.
My bloom flowered for a while,
but unfed it died.
Sad regret for the trust I gave
has lately arisen,
and my lust for more loving
not now satisfied.
You showed me a paradise
in which to dwell,
yet my innocence ended
under your spell.
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