Preceding conduction or lack thereof,
same – same
Passions transpire deficient as derisions are made
A line in the sand,
crossed – always crossed
occasion’s accidental loss
Fates appraised by temporal lengths of time
Some of which inundate sincerity with lies,
without diligent refined distillation
Wishes were assumed acceptable pecuniary consolations
The line in the sand remains – nonetheless
Absolution perceived by none brimmed with regrets
“If only I had known
If only I endured
Time wouldn’t have been stolen
If time understood”
~ Shell deToni
Dictionary.com If only can be defined as “I wish that.” If only I had known you were coming, I would have met your plane.” This expression can also be one of wistful regret. “If only we had met 10 years ago.”
Affliction bestowed upon
It’s a sad, sad day; a day like today
A sad day
The words come to dance but will not play
A hopeless day as eyes stare in disbelief
Full with grief
The wholesome goodness taken by a thief
I tried to save them, if only I could
Heavy my heart with knowledge I stood
Why oh why must it be tossed away?
Nothing more can I say; about today
A sad, sad day.
broken and fragmented in a reality occupied by deception and cruelty.
Where no hero exists,
since the futile day is not for saving.
No long forgotten love transpiring through bitterness to conquer anything.
like a piece of common garbage without a collector to put away.
I know you!
Is that really you?
Are you speaking to me?
I don’t understand, it’s been so long.
I watched you die, this can’t be so.
If only you knew of the agonizing days I pleaded for your return.
You don’t run to me, just simply stand there and cry.
Is this another cruel joke?
Because my humor has been lost long ago.
I know you!
Your eyes tell our story.
Casually you approach, dazed and confused.
The unbearable pain you fight against, to give us one more moment.
Why can’t you return, always and forever, like you promised?
Your eyes plead with mine; Please don’t let me go, not yet.
But I already have, a very long time ago.
And your gone again.
Leaving the monster here to dwell in your steps.
I knew you.