Five: The Letter

The Letter

The rain fell long and hard and oh so cold,
The evening clouds dark and gray,
He had to see her right away,
So in love with her, head over heels
Let her know just how he feels,
She left him there in the rain and in the cold,
Could her soul be so bold?
Her heart was empty and her eyes were shy,
She thought she would die,
She Loved him too, with all her heart, but–
He did not know how complicated it might be,
He just thought of her and it made him glee,
She could not let him know the truth, At least not yet.

She knew one day she’d make it right,
But for now she had to fight,
The time had come, no more delay,
Although she knew his Love might stray,
Got there just in time and let her know,
He could not deny his love would grow,
Her eyes lit up, her head tilted low,
She looked away, and then he left her there,
They both knew they made a perfect pair,
One day,
The timing would be right,
But tonight it did not feel right.


Artwork: Frank Cunha III | Poetry: Frank Cunha III | More Poetry

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5 Comments on “Five: The Letter”

  1. Carl Watts says:

    Excellent poem. Hearts reaching out, hesitancy holding back the tongue. Love conquered! 🙂


  2. Mike Stone says:

    I love it Frank. Yet another dimension to your artistry & perfect for Valentines Day. Well conceived & written. Mike


    • fc3arch says:

      Thanks Mike – I appreciate your ongoing support and encouragement. Like an athlete picks up various sports, the creative eye picks up different forms of art. “IF I am” blessed, I enjoy sharing it with my friends! FC3


  3. Azhar says:

    Your blog is just amazing! too good, keep blogging and I am looking forward to read more


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