A beautiful sunset reserved for a few,
A breathtaking horizon brings life anew,
Caressed by nature’s touch,
You float through the land,
Touching our lives, with heavy hearts,
We reach for your hand,
A slight breeze whisks through the air,
As your face fades away,
We hold on tight to the memories,
That forever will stay,
The impression you left in our hearts it burns bright,
You are now amongst the stars and brighten the night,
The happiness you brought was by far the most pure,
Such unconditional love,
Stronger than one heart could endure,
Strength shall guide me through my days,
With cherished moments so content,
You were indeed my Angel,
Now I know you were heaven sent.
I wrote this poem many, many years ago during one of my on-again off-again poetry phases. Poetry has always been an outlet for self- expression and I hope to revisit that part of me again some day.
During the presence of love between two distant souls, I squeezed through the cracks and new forming holes, They may have occurred while lonely was spent, Or in between rings when feelings were sent, Upon a shelf, there lie my thoughts of concern, While on this final page, a new lesson learned, The warmest affection only given to replace, Only to discover their hearts sought a new place, Yet fully aware of the plans on the wall, Gone was their face, while twice it’d be fall, A quick embrace for hours shared that ran thin, A single trace of salt, left to moisten my skin, A lengthy wave unseen as you soared through the sky, I’ll always possess a shoulder to lean, so take care not good-bye.