Served in the U.S. Army, attended and graduated from The University of Texas-Arlington with a bachelors in psychology and minor in sociology
When the twilight comes and chases away the light,
The echoes of loves lost chime on through the night.
The cascade of whispers keep flooding my mind, the reflections I see make me wish I was blind.
My mind is an empty theater that awaits the next show,
To showcase the truth I wish I didn't know.
My candle is low, and no longer burns bright, I will let the darkness embrace me and take away my sight.
If dawn comes and I live to love another day, maybe she'll come and chase the echoes away.
Augustine A Zavala (author) from Texas on May 23, 2018:
Thank you for the comment and visit Jennifer Rae.
Jennifer Rae from Columbus, OH on May 22, 2018:
This is beautifully written!
Augustine A Zavala (author) from Texas on April 03, 2018:
It was Peggy. Thank you for the comment and visit.
Peggy Woods from Houston, Texas on April 01, 2018:
Very evocative poetry! If this was written from a personal perspective I hope a new love for you is on the horizon.
Augustine A Zavala (author) from Texas on March 16, 2018:
Thank you Gypsy, it's right from the heart. Thanks again for the visit.
Gypsy Rose Lee from Daytona Beach, Florida on March 16, 2018:
Most beautiful and heartfelt poetry.