Lost Love or Loss of True Love Poem by David Michael Jackson

Love Lost: The Loss of True Love Poem

Silence does not befit me
The loss of true love
does not the tongue
The irises are in bloom
and I have
lost another love.
Sad roses and doves in
the rain
call to explain.
I am an old pine dwarf
clinging to the the rocks of
a minor mountain.
Crying in the wilderness.

Love Lost, The Loss of True Love copyright 2008

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