Reminiscent of our kiss
on a day you were still mine:
If I'd known it'd be our last
I'd have kissed you one more time.


And the way you held my hand
when days shone a little brighter:
had I known the sorry end
I'd have held a little tighter


Woe the memories of our laughter
when I stood a little prouder:
had I known the tears to come
I'd have laughed a little louder


How I miss the time I held you
as our hearts still growing fonder:
if I'd known that'd be the last
I'd have held a little longer


All those times you said "I love you"
and my knees would slowly soften:
If I'd known how much I'd hurt you
I'd have said it far more often


Looking deep into your eyes
with a fondness growing steeper:
had I foreseen our goodbye
I'd have looked a little deeper.


Grief or sorrow, who can tell
what new heavens brings this hell
In a daze I shily live,
hoping that you can forgive.

  • Author: Francesco (Offline Offline)
  • Published: January 31st, 2017 02:48
  • Category: Unclassified
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  • Tony36

    WOW! Amazingly awesome write

    • Francesco

      Thank you Tony.

      • Tony36


      • Andrew Charles Forrest

        Where are you Francesco we miss these skillful lines this poem was amazingly constucted
        Hope all is OK it's been a long time

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