A Poem by Wolf Towne

A poem about a person I hold very dear in my heart.


The love of my life.

O " how do I miss you.

And your round inquisitive blue eyes.

And the gold frame of locks around your porcelain face.

Hundreds of miles separate us.

But our conversation brings me to your side.

When we questioned the cosmos,

And contemplated unearthly realms.

Life was eroding,
I took steps in the wrong direction.

Perhaps if I stayed, you would have fixed me.

Our time together was short.

But our story is never-ending.

My heart yearns for you, O' Georgia.

And the art on your skin.

And the geography of your body.

My mind goes to a time where we reunite.

And a time where I never leave.

Could they be the same?

© 2017 Wolf Towne

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This has the frame of a nice rhyme scheme.

You should edit this with the phrase "word economy" in mind.

It does kinda sound like I dislike it but that's only partially true. Usually I just say nothing. I kinda liked this (if it was more efficiently worded).

Posted 2 Months Ago

Beautifully written. You can feel and visualize the special connection you both had and how important she is to you.

Posted 2 Months Ago

Gorgeous imagery. Very very well written.

Posted 2 Months Ago

a longing in this write, I feel this write. Wonderfully expressed

Posted 2 Months Ago

1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Wolf Towne

2 Months Ago

Thank you so much!

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4 Reviews
Added on December 27, 2017
Last Updated on December 27, 2017
Tags: poem, poetry, Georgia, Jorja, love, romance, life


Wolf Towne
Wolf Towne

Costa Rica

American living in Costa Rica using poetry as a form of therapy. more..