Dappled light though window yonder,
frozen pen with thoughts to ponder.
Emotions churn, toil and linger.
They jab my heart with crocked finger.
Beauty stolen from broken trust,
her drunken love for which I lust.
Sorrow messages lay torn in despair,
now reposed, battled in disrepair.
If I pen this prose in my quake,
can there be peace with you I make?
I seal my fate with one last kiss,
send you this letter, to the love that I miss.
Our turbid past, my trepid ways,
are all but over, numbered are their days.
I miss our heat, your warmth and gaze,
our future exists in your next plays.
Bruised promises covered with tulle.
To navigate past tracks I’d be a fool.
If you return I’ll guarantee one thing,
I’d honor our vows set by this ring.
AbOuT tHiS pOeM...
This poem is a love poem about a guy from a marriage who is trying to get his partner back after he has betrayed her trust. He has tried sending messages to win her back but they all get returned to him. This is his one last attempt to write her a letter to tell her how he feels in an attempt to win back his love.
You might like this free love poem if you are trying to win back your lover. There is alot of love poetry on the internet, however if you have cheated on your partner you might like this love poem to try to win back your partner!
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