Tag Archives: tender touch

yet unknown

Click here to hear the poet read his words: yet unknown I talk of my unhappiness to the wind and birds and trees understand that I must never count the tears nobody sees I recall all your bland promises now … Continue reading

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innocent

Click here to hear the poem read aloud: I know that I am innocent of that fateful tender touch and yet I can’t be pardoned when I am guilty of so much so much pain and suffering I cause with … Continue reading

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Wedding Bells

He talks of his unhappiness To the wind and birds and trees Understands that he must never count The tears nobody sees He recalls all her bland promises Now sadly turned to dust Hears the echo of the wedding bells … Continue reading

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