The Secret Of My Tears (poem)

The morning’s blessings gently touched yours lips

The night departs the reason for the dew

The sun has come again to grace your hue

Your fragrant melody the dawn now sips

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The day has rushed to marvel at your glow

The other flowers blush and hide their face

The dreams of time now usher your embrace

Your lasting kiss to ending you must know

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For I have come to steal your life away

And now you feel the secret of my tears

My knife has come to free you from your fears

And turn you to a thought of yesterday

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And soon you’ll know the glories from above

My rose you are the smile I bring my love

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Deborah Brooks 4 years ago from Brownsville,TX

Oh How beautiful is your precious poem.. I am pinning this and sharing

debbie


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snowdrops 4 years ago from The Second Star to the Right

Beautiful and full of words from the heart. AWesome!


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aviannovice 4 years ago from Stillwater, OK

Awesome and up. I see that you have a very romantic side, not just humor. Very beautifully done.


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anglnwu 4 years ago

Reads like a sign slowing escaping the lips. NIcely done.


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dghbrh 20 months ago from ...... a place beyond now and beyond here !!!

Very heartfelt work like always. Shared and votes up beautiful.


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tillsontitan 20 months ago from New York

Now wait a minute. I see this as a beautiful poem as well, however, whose the one with the knife? Is it death come in the night to steal this lover away?

Voted up and beautiful.


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jhamann 20 months ago from Reno NV

Beautiful. Jamie


Rayne123 20 months ago

Wow, I love it. Short but full of life and visions.

Have a good day

Laurie


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abbaelijah 20 months ago from Nigeria

nice poem with perfect choice of words!

thanks for sharing!

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