I wrote this poem last night. I guess I got inspired by Edgar Allen Poe's Annabel Lee. I was reading it yesterday, so I decided to make my own version. I found out that his Birthday is the same day as mine. It was weird. But anyway, here it is. (Thanks for the help Rein*. You're a real good friend)
You and Me Forever
You and me forever,
that is what I thought.
But fate would have the last word,
and sadly 'twas for naught.
Cupid's arrow pierced our hearts,
so very young we were.
The love was true; there was no farce.
Our souls began to merge.
Your beauty; body, mind, and soul;
serene like a lagoon.
Your eyes, your smile; so beautiful
Emblazoned by the moon.
The love we shared grew aimlessly,
the years began to pass.
Our lives, calm, blissfully.
I thought that it would last.
Disease then stole your soul away.
My heart turned to stone.
I had to mourn your death some way.
'Cause I was left alone.
But there's a place called heaven.
It's where we'll meet again.
And meanwhile I'll wait patiently,
forever by your grave.