Send Poem to a Friend Comment on Poem List Author's Poems
Without You
by Radica  Sooknarine

A winter?s reprieve, a summer?s hope
Co-mingling passions, watch them elope.
Memory overrun with rife despair
She feels the onslaught of many a tear.

Coldness creeps in, she feels the bite
Frozen and shivering throughout the night.
Nobody is there, no one hears her call
Alone in the dark, her back against a wall.

As the night fades, she awaits the dawn
Deathly pale, her energy?s drawn.
The warmth descends, it touches her skin
Renewed essence, a new day to begin.

Dismal white turns to a multicoloured hue
It?s yet another day of her life... without You.
 << Home Next >> 

Poem ID: 82828   Poem Posted: 4/26/2006
Viewed: 8194  Voted On: 20  E-mailed: 10  Commented On: 0
How did you like this poem?
Great!   Good   So-So   Not My Style  

Rose and Rhyme Sweets Message in a Bottle Flowers

Copyright , 2006, Radica Sooknarine  all rights reserved by the author.
For questions concerning copyright on this poem send e-mail to,

Submitted Poems | Featured Poems | Classic Poems | Love Quotes
AskTheLoveMaster | Reflections | MostPopularPoem | PoetryTours
PoemsDirect | PoetryChat | Shopping Mall | Submit Your Poem
Advertising | Privacy Statement | Investment Opportunities