AloneI watch out my window as the rain falls.Listening to the winds wailing calls. I sit and stare but there's nothing to see,My eyes are blocked by a door with no key.More rain trickles down the glassAnd yet another car goes past.While I sit here and wait for him,To walk in cold but warm within.The ringing phone gave me relief.But the message brought me only grief. Tears cold and wet just like the rain.His car had crashed on Cherri lane.I cry my eyes out in my sorrowWith no ones shoulder for me to borrow.Since that day I've hated rain.It always brings me hurt and pain.He never came, he never will.But I sit here a
4-Letter WordSo many questions which no one can answerSo many riddles that no one can solveA four-letter word eating away like cancerShe tries to drown the word outDrink her troubles awayCrying over what she knows not aboutDrunk in a pool of love of mournFeeling alone; distraughtRapt in a sea of loss and scornShe staggers and gets to her carNo one stops herHer heart burns with a heavy scarNo one seesEyes blurred by the tears of woeHe left her after all her pleasThe ache in her chest will not quitHer car swerves and hits a treeIt's over that's itNo more pain to be
Elements of HimThe earth that he walks uponThe light his heart wieldsThe fire he holdsThe wind that sweeps me to himThe lightning I feel in his touchThe water that falls from mine eyesThe darkness behind it all.