Death Of Love Part 2
Death Of Love Part 2
~Erase My Sufferings Out Of Love~
Reaching the stage in my life when the death of my
spirit and soul took place allowing me to live in
pain without him,
the love of my life.
I will preserve my capacity to hold tight to fight back,
regain that love which would erase,
Reaching the stage today
to convince myself how to nourish my soul,
enrich my goals by becoming understandable,
surface with my reasonings that are assured
without draining my meditations.
I will feel strong and in the mood to dance to the
tune with him,
Allowing time to separate myself from a past lived,
acknowledge the will to envision everyday as a new today,
still in love.
One day I asked myself, where did my stamina
disappear when I was young,
wise, patient, forgiving, lovable, alive independent, a fighter,
and in love with each second I was awake.
Those descriptive expressions, reminded me how
I was passionate while growing up, today
I will definitely adapt the same passion of
yesterday`s to my tomorrow`s,
Today I am in a position to stimulate my ego,
to omit my negativeness, which was the main
reason of him closing the door, and running away.
That is a past, as from now, my
determination is ready
to welcome him.
Reaching the stage of being in the mood
to begin embracing my fight, and hold tight
for another tomorrow, dream to be faithful
towards the numerous values I wrote,
in my poems.
My conscious today denied my thoughts
to feel any pain constantly, as I found
out it was driven due to allowing myself to
suffer, without admitting that erasing his love
from my life, would be replaced by my
Reaching the stage now is overdue to end that rage,
yet In reality at that period I wanted to feel empty,
just to denude my whole body and thoughts, live numb for
a while, but that was in the past.
I feel blessed to have a new awakening full of hope,
seeing him lying next to me in the late evening,
while the moonlight enlightens our body,
to embrace perpetually.
Death Of Love Part 1
Therese Bacha 5 Minute Poem
17/5/2013 Therese Bacha Contest for Russell Sivey; Complete My Poem. Part 2 Win No. 1