I'm a writer, a poet, a dreamer. Born and raised in New York City. I now live in Daytona Beach, Florida with my wonderful cat Sid.
Bitter blue I thought you knew,
my love was so very true,
thought you would stay forever.
Then you came back to me,
our love was meant to be
and you said you’d never say goodbye.
The years rolled along,
our love was so strong,
every season was a reason –
for celebrating our love.
Autumns came round,
bringing silver strands,
but our love –
made us younger than our years.
Winters were spent,
kisses so warm –
they could melt the ice and snow.
Safe in your arms,
brought the spring once more.
You and me,
out there dancing in the spring rains,
cheering for the sun –
that brought a rainbow across the sky.
filled with so many memories,
together dreaming and dancing far into the night.
Then dark clouds descended,
the roses on the vine,
were crying along with the rain.
I looked your way,
it was hard for you to say,
it seemed you had to go away,
but my bitter blue heart,
didn’t want to let you go –
because this time it would be forever.
Oh, our love will never die,
just don’t know why,
lovers must be parted,
when they never want to say goodbye –
their souls must fly.
My bitter blue heart,
will go on with memories so bright,
knowing you are ever by my side,
looking toward the skies,
wondering which stars are winking at me,
blue skies remind me,
of the sparkle in your blue eyes.
As long as I know,
my bitter blue heart,
still beats for you –
I’ll never say goodbye….
© 2018 Gypsy Rose Lee
Gypsy Rose Lee (author) from Daytona Beach, Florida on December 28, 2018:
Thank you, Paul.
Paul Neglia from Poughkeepsie, NY USA on December 27, 2018:
Beautiful and so sad. It is so hard to say goodbye. But we maintain a little peace just thinking they are in a better place, shining down. Nice work Gypsy
Gypsy Rose Lee (author) from Daytona Beach, Florida on December 27, 2018:
Thank you, LJ.
Thank you, Ann. Yes, always in our hearts.
Thank you, Bill. Happy New Year to you and Bev and to the barnyard.
Thank you, Pamela.
Thank you, Kim.
ocfireflies from North Carolina on December 27, 2018:
I love the progression of the seasons intertwined with the parting. Beautiful work!
Pamela Oglesby from Sunny Florida on December 27, 2018:
Heartbreak is painful and this poem is sure beautiful.
Bill Holland from Olympia, WA on December 27, 2018:
Despite the sad hue of this poem, I wish you a very Happy New Year!
Ann Carr from SW England on December 27, 2018:
Beautiful! People do live on in our hearts but it's so sad and hard to live with.
LJ Scott from Phoenix, Az. on December 26, 2018:
Very beautifully spoken