EMOTIONS - Sylvia Salima


An island is what I left behind

A treasure is what I conquered ahead

The tears enrolled were to much to bear

the broken souls kept rigging through my mind

The  trust withheld I lost it all

the pride I had faded like the watery paint

In a life time I had it all: in a minute I lost it through the drain

I had to leave: I had to move on

To greener pastures  that were like an oasis to many eyes foreseen.

- Written by: Sylvia Salima

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Omar McIntosh said...

Hmm... read your poem. I hate to say "I don't get it," makes me sound dumb. I think poets should always in a few words mention the subject they are trying to capture... http://www.gateofintrigue.com/innergate/floodgate/ Your poet communicates to me remorse... did you kill someone?


Hmmm.....Smoothly flowing...with sweet scents of optimism..."I had to leave: I had to move on...To greener pastures that were like an oasis to many eyes foreseen"


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