A Collection of Original Poetry by Students of Ladysmith High School

Sunday, 3 June 2018

Widowed of A Living Companion ~ Mika Datadin

Love me the way you did when we were young

When she became old and waned

When you needed another muse as she lay in her bed

And you in mine

When you grew tired of her age

And accustomed to my beauty

I remember how your face would bath

In golden light on my pillow

I remember how you would buy me flowers

And clothes, and everything a young maid desires

But you could never but for me your real

love, your real self; for that is priceless to me

And then another came around

The same time my attraction weakened

You told me you needed to move on

To discover yourself

Here I am, left in my bed

And you in hers

I pray to you now to remember how my radiance had once sung

Love me again the way you did when we were young

©  Mika Datadin

Grade 11

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