Three days hot of summer’s radiant heat,
And then that calming drizzle from heaven,
The tears in my eyes meet the tears of the sky,
O love, I thought you were a given.
It drove my emotions, washing my outward cover,
Reminding me of you love, over and over,
O sweet love, thou hold a lot of secrets,
Reminiscing thee gives me a hedonist’s ticket.
The fragrance of thy body,
The warmth of thy touch,
The taste of thy lips,
Always did leave me in splits.
O dear love,
With thee gone I feel now the pain,
All I have are memories now,
It all feels pure for it wasn’t vain.
I’ve grown remorseful and lost what I had held onto,
With thee gone, I’m still with fondness replete,
I have sure lost a part of me,
A vital part I can never complete.