Best Poem of j.c. monterrosa

A Rose
the words to say how much I loved you
are nowhere near my tongue
I kneel before you now in silence
To bathe your spirit with my tears
Wishing that this rain of sorrow
could bring life back to you…

the aching leaves my heart so hollow,
so I plant this rose for you;
a rose to mark a fallen a . . .
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Cold, alone
dark and howling wind
rustling leaves and shifting spirits
rain pitter pattering
puddles forming
memories swimming
and to think you're not here.
funny how this winter night
reminds me so much of you
dressed in gloves
scarf in hand
the sound of thunder
laughter . . .
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