You're Happy Now Poem by Anisa Tara

You're Happy Now



I don't hear the sadness anymore
Its sounds have shifted continents
Strumming now on unfamiliar strings
The choir lifted their skirts
Scurried like rats
To wherever he now lays
To under the benevolent star
He pines his longing upon
Rushed clumsily up
The podium of his life
To belt, bellow and declare
To the solitary stranger
Once-lover, now unloved
Still waiting in the aisles:
This is the symphony of all lovers
Everywhere, on every hemisphere
From the dawn of the ages
To the fine threads of today
She knew not
The strange newfound happiness
Of the sadness that once sang to her
And how from her ashes of grief
He rose to that triumphant masterpiece of love
She walked home in silence
And hoped to hear a song again

Sunday, June 26, 2022
Topic(s) of this poem: heartache,Love
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Anisa Tara

Anisa Tara

Malaysia
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