Below is the poem entitled A Flame Once Burned which was written by poet
Beus. Please feel free to comment on this poem. However, please remember, PoetrySoup is a place of encouragement and growth.
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It's chilly where the sun once shone,
Mem'ries haunt when I'm alone,
Bereft of joys that I had known,
My dreams all torn apart.
Scorched the earth where flowers bloomed,
The dust and ash my hopes consumed,
Hes'tations, doubts our passion doomed
Ere it had time to start.
I want in vain for solace dear,
It's dark where once the skies were clear,
When naught but what might be I feared
And the course our love would chart.
Deep wounds opened,
Eyes that cried.
Wrongs not righting,
Love soon died.
It's cold here where a flame once burned,
It's empty where for you I yearned,
It's dead and life will not return
To the cinders of my heart.
Written for "A Flame Once Burned" Contest
December 1, 2012
By: Daniel Beus