STEPHANIE. A Poem by John D Robinson.

We could have
been lovers,
but we weren’t,
we could have
been life-long
friends,
but we weren’t,
we could have
been so much
more than a
beautiful exchange
of a brief and
intense light that
scorched us both
with an
innocence that
overwhelmed us
leaving us
strangers for
evermore.

 
 
 
 
 
John D Robinson was born in 63; he is a published poet with 2 chapbooks; ‘When You Hear The Bell, There’s Nowhere To Hide’ (Holy&intoxicated Publications 2016) ‘Cowboy Hats & Railways’ (Scars Publications 2016); he was a contributing poet to the 2016 48th Street Press Broadside Series; his work appears widely in the small press and online literary publications; he is married and lives in the UK.
 
 
 
 
 
 
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