Wax Tears

Nae's Nest —  February 21, 2013 — 4 Comments

Lonely is the wolf

When you are away

A piece of him missing

Leaving him lost and in dismay

The wings of the phoenix

Spread over the horizon

Gone is the fire

Up in smoke, vaporizing

No lust for life, no passion

Blue is the flame

The candle of my heart

Wax dripping like tears

How long must we part

Time stands still

My lungs take no air

All color has lost its polish

Meaningless without you to share

Apart for centuries, how much more must we endure

I do not ask much – love, life, happiness

I beg, I plead, I implore!

The basics of life….one filled with love

Is it too much? Is it out of my grasp?

Is it truly too much for me to ask?

I am angered to be given the rarest of gifts

But to never unwrap, to never open?

What is the point? Who is the joke on?

Me? Him? Why? What have we ever done?

Only to live one life after the next

To grow and transcend

Finally  pulled back together

Two pieces of the puzzle

Completing a new dimension

We need to come together

It is the only way for completion

Renee Robison

 

Nae's Nest

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I find myself "Dancing With Cancer", problem is...I can't dance. I stumble, bumble, and get pulled along. To keep my sanity, (humor me), I write short stories, a journal, musings and poetry....just about anything goes.

4 responses to Wax Tears

  1. 

    LOVE…..throughout poem, great!

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