Drifting aimlessly, trapped in the seas of grief,

Those slow stormy nights, of utter disbelief,

Encased in endless darkness, untethered in space,

The loss of you, no, I just, I cannot face,

From the deepest seas, right to the farthest star,

Doesn't even come close to how loved you are,

You see I thought ide have time to watch you grow,

Watch you happy, giggling in the fresh snow,

I thought we'd fight over clothes and silly boys,

With paint on the wall and falling over toys,

I thought and I thought, but now, I cannot think,

Just the thought of you makes my shatterd heart sink,

Our stolen time, promises that were broken,

And everything that is now left unspoken,

It won't be long, the blink of an eye sweetheart,

It will be, as if, we were never apart,

Enjoy heaven, Wrapped in all that peace and love,

Soon I'll fly upto you, my sweet little dove.

  • Author: A.L.H (Pseudonym) (Offline Offline)
  • Published: August 18th, 2022 13:48
  • Comment from author about the poem: For my daughter, Aurora Lyra Helena (A.L.H)
  • Category: Love
  • Views: 21
  • User favorite of this poem: L. B. Mek.
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  • L. B. Mek

    (may she rest in peace
    and I'm so sorry for your loss
    I hope these words, help
    in some way
    set you free, from that endless
    even if for those brief minutes
    your tears are running
    from line to line..)
    this is a most beautiful dedication
    and the impassioned love
    you've imbued in every syllable
    makes believe, she's smiling
    wherever she now dwells..
    thank you! for choosing to share
    it's been a humbling privilege
    to read these words, dear Poet
    stay Strong!

    • A.L.H

      Thankyou, this means so much! ❤️❤️❤️

    • tallisman

      A beautiful poem from a beautiful heart….

      • A.L.H

        Thankyou ❤️

        • tallisman

          Always a pleasure!

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