Saxon Crow

Fools Gold

Gold only glitters in the light

And love is a setting sun

The moon hides precious things from sight

While a broken heart comes undone

The river waters become filled with salt

And hopes are dashed upon the rocks

The current takes you away from home

And all your dreams sink like stones 

But the brightest stars shine on 

Deeper than the ocean depths

Forever searching through space and time

Speak to them and they will never forget

That you once lived 

A life, a life full of foolish regret

 

 

 

 

  • Author: Saxon Crow (Offline Offline)
  • Published: August 5th, 2022 09:50
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Comments7

  • orchidee

    A fine write SC.

  • dusk arising

    The hidden reward of a broken heart is that it mends. Bringing wisdom to a star with which to shine.

    • Saxon Crow

      Very true Dusk. A bitter sweet thing

    • Aradhya

      what a stunning piece saxon! absolutely loved this.
      'And all your dreams sink like stones
      But the brightest stars shine on
      Deeper than the ocean depths'

      the wisdom in these lines... thank you!

      • Saxon Crow

        Thanks Aradhya. Glad you liked it.

      • tallisman

        Hi Saxon, wow! Great write!

        • Saxon Crow

          Thanks T! Much appreciated

        • Fay Slimm.

          Thanks for this gem of wisdom Sax to know that when hopes are dashed and dreams sunk that the brightest of stars shine on is so comforting - a well penned and positive piece my friend which goes into my faves for when I need to read it again.

          • Saxon Crow

            Thanks Fay. That means a lot 🙂

          • Violet bluebell( used to be yellow rose)

            A beautiful writing , crow ) lovely gentle feel to your words

            • Saxon Crow

              Thanks VB. Glad you like it ☺️

            • Goldfinch60

              That regret can be undone in the glory of new life SC.

              Andy



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