Lost, Not Forgotten

Lost, Not Forgotten

A Poem by Nandawula Regine Kabali-Kagwa
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People change like the season.

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I remember the freedom that used to dance along with your smile
The sweet cocophony of your laughter speeding through the air
In hopes of being heard by the stars

I remember how you made many hearts explode with fireworks
As they rumbled like drums and celebrated your presence
In hopes of reciprocating the joy you used to bring

Now the exuberance swung heavily to the tune of lonely silence
The playground as grim as your extended absence
Angry storms of your neglect fought against the fire in our hearts
Eliminating any elated noise, with the thunder of your silence

We still feel the subtle taste of your character within you
It still hangs onto the ice of your shoulder
In hopes of not slipping away
Completely

© 2022 Nandawula Regine Kabali-Kagwa


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Weird how things are just ok the way they are and then we struggle so much with change. I liked this

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Nandawula Regine Kabali-Kagwa

1 Month Ago

The process of accepting change is indeed humbling
Yes, people do change. We all grow into life, influenced by our experiences. When two people are in love, hopefully they can grow together, but sadly, this is not always so. An evocative and poetic write!

Posted 1 Month Ago


Nandawula Regine Kabali-Kagwa

1 Month Ago

Absolutely! We can never be truly ready for that change, especially when you're so used to being wit.. read more

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Added on June 24, 2022
Last Updated on June 24, 2022
Tags: Love, change, life, loss

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Nandawula Regine Kabali-Kagwa
Nandawula Regine Kabali-Kagwa

South Africa



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Nandawula is a young poet who has self-published her first poetry collection, "Inside Her Roses". She has been a writer for years and has grown exponentially. Her ability to craft her own descriptive.. more..

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