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A sad poem
by Kathy C Schultz

Monday, December 08, 2008
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A heart trying to find the words to say, I still love you and I am sorry
for the wrong

He came into my life from another place in time,

Another world that once was his and mine.

 

He was a man of honor and loved me deeply true ,

I was a foolish girl flirting with his heart, hurting

Him more than I ever knew.

 

I really meant no harm; it was just a game, my way

To prove he really loved me, but that excuse is lame,

And for losing him, I’m the only one to blame.

 

Foolish, foolish woman, too late did you learn that

Love is not a game, you lost, and you crossed the

Hand of fate.

 

Now I’m all alone and he’s gone on ahead,

A trip into the future where he found a blue eyed angel,

Whiter than the driven snow, and oh, how he loves her so.

She brought out the best in him, and unknowingly, in this

Future time, he brought out the best in me.

 

For I realize, at last, what true love is all about; agape,

Their happiness that’s what really counts.

Love is not a taking but a giving and joyful are you if

You receive the same.  Nothing more precious than to

Wear your lover’s name.

 

Seeing him again, in this new life made me happy and

Sad…For him I was so very happy and oh so glad that

He had been given another chance at love, by the one

Who invented it, the holy one above?

 

 Yesterday is now tomorrow, but that too slips away.

 But my heartache, it never ends, and my love will

 Forever last, as I live out my life somewhere in

The past.

 

When I look at his picture, I both smile and cry, even

Now he reaches into my soul, touching the love that will

Never die.   I wanted him to have this life that I could

Not give, but still, it hurt me so to know that he wanted

Me no more, for now I am a memory, long gone from

His mind.  I’m someone he didn’t remember and he will

Always be the one I can’t forget.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Reviewed by Marcia Miller-Twiford 12/8/2008
Sometimes the one we let get away fate had in mind to stay. Love the last two lines.
Reviewed by George Carroll 12/8/2008
A sad poem indeed but a lesson to those gals out there to not play games with love.
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