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Love Poem: Everlasting Moments
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Written by: Robert Stevens

Everlasting Moments

With the December snow falling lightly around us,
It graced our skin as we walked along lighted Christmas streets.
I remember seeing your breath as I held you close,
You and I together in the moment in the stillness of such a beautiful peace.
Who would have looked at us and guessed that this would be our last?
The last time together in a lover’s bliss.
My God how everything had happened so fast.
All I have left now is you to miss.
As I walk these streets now it’s just alone.
My tears hit the ground and are swallowed by the snow.
The house we had now has no chance to be a home.
Your so far away I’m left here just to roam.

So many everlasting moments we had are still here to serenade me.
My eyes misted there’s so much that I can’t believe.
There was much more to us then what was a use to be.
I love how you haunt my dreams when I’m sleeping.
How can all we had turn to dust and fall into just memories.
How I wish you were here with me.
Trapped in this sorrow will I never be free?

Then I thought I had seen you the other day.
In the kitchen with coffee quietly reading.
You had that beautiful smile on your face.
Yet I was unable to touch what I thought my eyes were seeing.
There are times when I smell your perfume in the air.
This is how I know you’re my angel still there to caress me.
I still leave you love letters on the pillow though you’re not there.
It’s so hard to stop a heart when it‘s use to its loving routine
I nearly broke when I looked in the mirror.
Just a shell of the happiness that now I can’t see.
Maybe someday I’ll understand a little more clearly.
All about why you were taken so quickly from me.

So many everlasting moments we had are still here to serenade me.
My eyes misted there’s so much that I can’t believe.
There was much more to us then what was a use to be.
I love how you haunt my dreams when I’m sleeping.
How can all we had turn to dust and fall into just memories.
How I wish you were here with me.
Trapped in this sorrow will I never be free.