poem of a waiting in vain

The orange twilight starting to fade
crawling in weak and weary
It slowly disappears from sight
mixing with dark turned to black

The atmosphere of lonely visiting
accompanied by dog’s howling to knitting the night
arousing  the reverie broke the feelings
restless and confusion  immediate erupt

Bamboo leaves are sighing
sliced by the blade of hope
expressing the longing that can’t restrained
engraved the pain of the splitting soul

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Just to release a remorse
of a hope that haven’t come true
the song of love ripping the heart
because of the uncertainty waiting

The moon is crying the stars lamenting
singing the sonnets of lonely
wind sighing twigs crackling
creating poem for a waiting vain

 

 

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14 thoughts on “poem of a waiting in vain

  1. Lovely yet haunting. The words of “expressing the longing that can’t restrained
    engraved the pain of the splitting soul” were like a “ripping the heart” of my heart
    and a memory of a time I sat and waited. Thank you for these words they are so humbling.

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