Pandering the Crowd
Author: marshalg

Chapter 36
Love that Left.

by Marshal Gebbie

When she left my moonlight died
Laughter left my face and cried,
Memories became my dreams
In fitful, aching, silent screams.
When she left tomorrow fled
Writhing in my sleepless bed,
Now shes gone her smile, so wry,
I glimpse as young girls pass me by.
When she left my light went dim
With dreadful numbing from within,
Now shes gone I catch her scent
In every rose that may relent.
Now shes gone my lifes a shell
In every moment's empty hell,
When she left the moonlight cried
Laughter left my face and died.

For every love that left.
15 July 2011


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