Unsalvageable

Unsalvageable

A Poem by Auby Faith Evans

You and I,
Together we are unsalvageable,
so forgive me if i abandoned you,
on this bitter path i called destiny.

I may not love another face,
another smile, another touch
I can no longer feel your warmth.
But I carry you,
I promise i will carry you with me,
In every words that i write,
In every song that i sing.

And when I die,
I die with your name on my lips.

© 2018 Auby Faith Evans


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I do understand this poem.
"And when I die,
I die with your name on my lips"
Life and love. Doesn't always fall right. Thank you Auby for sharing the amazing poetry.
Coyote

Posted 2 Years Ago



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Auby Faith Evans
Auby Faith Evans

Volgograd, Russia



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I write poems occasionally. I love nature as my inspirations. Sometimes i write based on experiences and sometimes its just my imaginations. Currently living in a foreign country, Russian Federation .. more..

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