migueltio

March 15, 2017

Love Cast Away

Filed under: Poetry — Tags: , , , , , — migueltio @ 9:34 pm

Her heart so melancholy

a sunless day her sky

of clouds a blatant

grey her heart so

dear has sailed this day

across the shoals of

Dungarvan.

 

A single tear now fallen

down from eyes so swollen

n’er to see her love now stolen

across the shoals of Dungarvan.

 

Where will her own future lie

will the shoulders return onto

which she can cry or

will her dreams of all

her tomorrows die

across the shoals of Dungarvan?

 

He sails as his passion as a shantyman

he was fashioned to the crew to which

he did resort and the captain to which

he did report as if the love from her arms

they did extort

across the shoals of Dungarvan.

 

Many long days without his laughter

in her ears.

Many long nights without his strength

to calm her fears.

Each day she must bare is a loss of

a thousand years

across the shoals of

Dungarvan.

 

~Migueltio

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3 Comments »

  1. Beautiful poetry
    You are really gifted with the pen

    Comment by Anita Bacha — April 13, 2017 @ 12:34 am

    • Thank you Anita!! I have read off of your page and so are you!!

      Comment by migueltio — April 14, 2017 @ 8:48 am

  2. Thank you so much Miguel
    I greatly appreciate the compliment
    Thank you also for the follow and for liking my poetry
    The joy that we poets feel when we are read is unexplainable
    Reading a good poem is like enjoying a glass of good wine 🍷
    Best wishes for Happy Easter Holidays to you and family 🐣🐣🐣🐇🐇🐇🐰

    Comment by Anita Bacha — April 14, 2017 @ 10:40 am


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