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
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
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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