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Passionless bodies with pointless little limbs 
Of love could be the flaunt of what lips could 
Feel like once they have been kissed 
Your name runs deep in vain 
Such narrowness of fame, 
Your love now is all I think about in these lost 
Hours of my sleepless nights, 
I have forgotten what arms felt like to be held by love 
Under my head till morning it rain until I am 
In your arms once more 
It has been to many cold years of two that is 
Without you, 
Too many nights of your love I had to live without 
Our love Is full of ghosts of lost memory's 
Night's of pouring down rain 
that tap and sigh in my heart with out you in my life 
Upon the glass and listen for reply of a love that I hold 
In my heart that has not gone cold, 
My heart there stirs a quiet pain of when I lase hard you 
Call out my name, 
For unremembered love was the song we both hold in our 
Hearts of long ago; Its you I still wish to hold 
Will turn to me at midnight with a cry
Without you I feel I had lost apart of me 
The winter stands the lonely tree and the song you once 
Singed to me is starting to fad, 
know even the birds have vanished one by one
Yet know its boughs me more silent than before 
Why did this have to take place? 
Why did our love have to in like this? 
I cannot say what loves have come and gone, 
I only know that summer sang in me 
A little while that in me sings no more 
Suddenly without you my heart couldn't carry on. 

Poetic Judy Emery

Copyright © | Year Posted 2017

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