Sunday, February 28, 2010

The Six Months Of Summer

The gray shades of darkness gone
through the empty sky,
Nothing but the light remains
as the birds fly by
she looks to the southern sky, with hope in her eyes,
The nights are gone, no sorrow nor lies.

The smile of the woman he loves,
The warmth of her breath,
Nothing more can give him peace
a peace unto death
In his arms she lays, safer than she thinks,
No harm would come her way, as long as she lives

Vows were made,never to depart
like the earth and sea
Love would have never been true
if it wasn't for thee
Oh just if the Summer would have lasted long,
The winter would've never brought the misery,

But the summer won't last for long
nor would the birds song
For the winter would come soon
and true love it will prune.
The promises were broken and the silence prevailed
When with the summer to the seas he sailed.

In the kings army, fighting for peace.
sailing on in a hope, to reunite,
but how would he have known,
That the six months of summer,would have taken her.
To the land of the unknown, from where no one returns

5 comments:

Ravenclaw said...

this is gud too.. real cute.

pallavi said...

good work

prasaanth said...

very well written !! lots of depth !!! though wows should have been vows ... or is it jst wows as in another thing :-D ?

Tim said...

Dude I hate spellings, they are my weakness ( I soooo love the phenotics rather )

Ravenclaw said...

reminds me of the war poems that we r doing ryt now. this one is saturated with feeling. love it.