You Were, You Are

a poem by Rani Turton, France

You were, you are
An indissociable part of my destiny.

At dusk when the birds settle in their nests
A calm comes upon me.

I think of the stanzas and sentences
That this hand transcribed into poems.

I think of the emotion in your eyes
Silent, unspoken.

I think of the years transcribed into days.
Oh, was that wise.

The world has a way of rending and rendering.
The world can tear you into two.

When in the silence of the night I wonder about you
The tears, tears, fill up my eyes.

You are, you were and always will be
An indissociable part of my destiny.

Copyright: Rani Turton

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