Heaven, Without You, Has Lost Its Charm

a poem by Bryan Taplits, USA

No touch will I receive from her
Our searing lips- no more will meet
Once near we were
(but, guess, too far)-
We passed through summer’s
heat.
And yet still I hold her dear-
even though rebuffed,
There's nothing more that I now fear-
I've been through way too much.

One day; I expect it soon,
I’ll see her from above,
This woman who has for me no room
But whom
I can't help but love.
And though she is no longer
mine-
My heart is broke, it rends.
So, I‘ll pine for her
(with supernal tears)
Until ocean tides suspend.
(And till "Everlasting" ends.)

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