Kevin Michael Bloor

Sorrowed Sighs

I sigh when day dawns; yes, I sigh

o’er all those years that passed me by.

For all those days I spent in sorrow

believing we had no tomorrow.

 

I sigh when day breaks; yes, it’s true

o’er all those hours away I threw.

For pride, preferring parting’s pain

to all those dreams, now dreamed in vain.

 

I sigh when sun sets, yes, and curse

the love I nurtured and did nurse

when smile you smiled for me alone

concealed a heart now turned to stone.

 

I sigh when sun sinks; yes, and pray

that love we  savagely did slay

will one day breathe – if God lets live.

Then from our hearts we’ll both forgive!

 

I sigh when day dawns; yes, I sigh

o’er all those years that passed me by.

For all those days I spent in sorrow

believing we had no tomorrow.

Comments2

  • Goldfinch60

    Tomorrow is always there.

  • cwade1289

    Inspiring me to "wake up!"



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