The Lost Message
by David Lester Young
Wednesday, December 21, 2005
Rated "G" by the Author.
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You are gone, faded along your path.
I told you, as you left, I would miss you.
So many lost words evading the lips,
As time departed two intertwined souls.
Unraveling feet moving beyond reach,
Hands that reach out to find no one,
Phantom of the Ghost Opera monody,
Soliloquy of dramatic inner passion.
Words combusting tearing lost lovers,
Perfection comes with every change.
Being rewritten time ‘n again in kind
Of madness within a mind of emotions.
Million changes scrambling characters,
Feelings weathering the loss of meaning,
One-half of the puzzle, blown away,
Magnetism evaporating in the distance.
Reactivity negated separation of space.
Vacuum of one’s own inflamed reasoning.
The lost message that has to be rerecorded.
Until one commits more words than needed.
Haunting words searching emails, messages,
Looking over the horizon committing oneself,
Insanity inside waiting for the lost friendship
That will again intertwine inner tranquility.
Fogging vision of blurred distorted eyes,
Have my lost words been found so afar
That my heart can be found in another.
Sweetheart, I await your return upon my lips.
Joined with these specially crafted words,
‘I will always love you, from any distance.’
Note: The distance love takes to get around obstacles, sometimes makes the renewed bonding, so much stronger. The lost message that should have been said then, can be used with greater effect of emotional words hitting deeper inside feelings. The sad fact is that words that hurt will never truly heal, for the scar will never fade from loves memory.
D.Lester 12/19/05 ©
Terminated poet, somewhere in America not on company time.
davelyoung1.hotmail.com poem for the ride upon America’s spirit