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Tell the Night to Hold Me
I made for you, a castle But I built it in the sand I steadfastly tried to constrain the tide But the bastions didn't stand I planned for you, an Eden With needs to see us through But the ripened fruits had corrupted roots And I fed them all to you Tell the night to hold me I no longer have your arms I'll brood and swoon, cradled by the moon Still pining for your charms Tell the night to hold me June no longer follows May 'Til the moonbeams, blue, drift me back to you I'll forget about you ... every day. I dreamed for you, a family With two parts that acted one Yet my truth's demise only bred goodbyes Lucid of the tales I'd spun I wished for you a future Ripe with jubilance and mirth Still I left recanted and took for granted The measure of its worth Tell the night to hold me I no longer swim your eyes Instead I stare into vacant air And count the countless why's Tell the night to hold me 'Til Apollo's old and gray For until the stars are not mine, but OURS I'll forget about you ... every day. I desired for you a partner Who would stand beside you, true Though that came to be, that man wasn't ME And it broke my heart in two I promised you'd be happy And in ways, that's come to be Wed a man who's good - loves you as he should I just wish it had been me Tell the night to hold me It no longer heeds my will As I feared the most, I've become a ghost And I haven't tears to spill Tell the night to hold me For I've no more left to say Please remand what's just as I turn to dust And forget about you ... Every day ... 'Til I'm swept with wind, away. ~ 1st Place ~ in the "Your Best Poem Ever" Premiere Poetry Contest, John Hamilton, Judge & Sponsor. ~ 1st Place ~ in the "N/A The Day Away" Poetry Contest, Lu Loo, Judge & Sponsor. ~ 1st Place ~ in the "Your Choice (2), Any Form, Any Theme" Poetry Contest, Brian Strand, Judge & Sponsor. ~ 1st Place ~ in the "Poem of the Day" Poetry Contest, Richard Lamoureux, Judge & Sponsor. ~ 1st Place ~ in the "Last Letter To My Beloved" Poetry Contest, Silent One, Judge & Sponsor. ~ 1st Place ~ in the "Piece De Resistance" Poetry Contest, The Name Forsakes Me, Judge & Sponsor. ~ 1st Place ~ in the "Lost Love 2017 Poetry Contest", John Hamilton, Judge & Sponsor. ~ 2nd Place ~ in the "Screwed XX" Poetry Contest, Rob Carmack, Judge & Sponsor. ~ 2nd Place ~ in the "Your Best Poem" Poetry Contest, Chantelle Anne Cooke, Judge & Sponsor. ~ Poem Of The Day ~ on Poetry Soup, featured and awarded on July 7, 2017 - thank you kindly, Admins! ~ Number 15 Top Poem ~ on Poetry Soup's Top 100 All-Time Best Poems List
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