Terminal EnduranceA Poem by Ludwig Bartholdy
Sometimes, we resort to breakup to forget. But more often than not, forgetting isn't as easy as we would like it to be.
The endurance your memory hath,
is like a typhoon aftermath;
Painful and wrenching,
Yet, undeniable and lasting.
But as our life is terminal,
Our cold tale runs ephemeral,
Like 'our love' by inadvertence,
Follows the mist through evanescence.
© 2012 Ludwig Bartholdy