It's 3 A.M.

Updated on December 27, 2017
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Served in the U.S. Army, attended and graduated from The University of Texas-Arlington with a bachelors in psychology and minor in sociology

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It’s 3 A.M.

As he restlessly lays in his bed,

Recalling all of the things that were said,

He thinks maybe the end is upon him.

And so he relives the past with a pensive heart,

Remembering everything from the start,

How exciting and rapturous their love was.

From the first playful gaze,

To her alluring playful ways,

And the kiss that left him aching for more.

So as he let the love seep away,

Wondering if he may live to love another day,

He stops and reflects on her face one last time.

And closes his eyes

As his soul dies,

To haunt her no more.


© 2017 Augustine A Zavala

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      Augustine A Zavala 3 months ago from Texas

      Robin, thank you for the comment. Love is intoxicating, but it can also be very painful. But a life without it wouldn't be worth living. Thanks again for the visit.

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      Robin Carretti 3 months ago from Hightstown

      Just incredible love your words they touched me to make me think more about how love can be

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      Augustine A Zavala 3 months ago from Texas

      Yes, when a relationship goes terminal, it can feel like dying. As least for me. Thank you for the comment and visit.

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      Linda Crampton 3 months ago from British Columbia, Canada

      This is an interesting love poem. The thought of a soul dying is dramatic and haunting!

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      Augustine A Zavala 3 months ago from Texas

      Thank you Martie, my number 1 fan. I'm trying to move beyond and delve into different aspects of poetry. Thank you again for the comment and visit.

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      Martie Coetser 3 months ago from South Africa

      You have managed to load the words with emotion. Well done!

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