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as my tears drop into the lake

standing right there looking back

all I see is the reflection of this single soul

to hope you would be right with me

im just a dreamer

 

And to remember the time

the day you caught my eye

so many words could have told the moment

the sun shining right on you

by the lake side you were

in the stunning sari your deep glossy hair striking

in the sunlight

all those times

you and I

All the world in its wonder

 

in those evenings and nights

we danced, and walked

as the cool evening breezing wrapped around us

whispering your name

in the moonlight

I never wanted to wake up

from this dream

Pure perfection everday

 

 

But now as the stars shine

my heart cries

into the silence of the night

trying to survive

to whisper what I wanted to say to you

wondering why it had to be this way

looking back

All I see is you

Missing you

 

in the shadows, in the darkest hour

I dont know what to do

everytime I try to remember you

Standing here im caliing out

for you

 

why did you have to go

im missing you

you touched my soul

change my life

to know what reflects in me now

the sadness and the happiness

I cant bare it anymore without you, I

feel so hollow, shattered inside.

I can?t live without you

 

My heart just crying for you

Wanting to hold your hand

for that one last time

the moment will last

That I hope always

My tears tell the story now

Wish I could see you again

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  • 2 months later...

That's decent. But Rudyard Kipling did it better IMHO, if I may say so. I've forgotton it but there was some rhythm in the (?) carriage. I have a thing for the dark eyed long black hair beauties myself.

 

And come to think of, Richard Mason (?) who wrote THE WORLD OF SUZIE WONG, went on to write two more novels of romance, one in Japan, and one in India.

 

But back to the poetry: listen to Roger Whittaker's song: The Last Farewell, There's a ship lies rigged and ready in the harbor... say, I'll look it up and post it. Wonderful song lyric of breaking heart.

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There's a ship lies rigged and ready in the harbour

Tomorrow for old England she sails

Far away from your land of endless sunshine

To my land full of rainy skies and gales

And I shall be aboard that ship tomorrow

Though my heart is full of tears at this farewell

 

refrain:

For you are beautiful

And I have loved you dearly

More dearly than the spoken word can tell

(repeat)

 

I heard there's a wicked war a blazing

And the taste of war I know so very well

Even now I see the foreign flag a raising

Their guns on fire as we sail into hell

I have no fear of death; it brings no sorrow

But how bitter will be this last farewell

 

refrain:

For you are beautiful

And I have loved you dearly

More dearly than the spoken word can tell

(repeat)

 

Though death and darkness gather all about me

And my ship be torn apart upon the seas

I shall smell again the fragrance of these islands

In the heaving waves that brought me once to thee

And should I return safe home again to England

I shall watch the English mist roll through the dell

 

refrain:

For you are beautiful

And I have loved you dearly

More dearly than the spoken word can tell

(Roger Whittaker)

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