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Theme: Yearning Share This Page
If I Tell You Not To Go
by Rani Turton
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If I tell you not to go
Will the drumming of this heart cease
If I feel the warmth of your hands
I will only want much more

Dawn, pale and silent
Will sprinkle the windowpane with light
The city will awake
And it will no longer be
Dark night

If I tell you not to go
Will this story finally end
Will confession of emotion
Bring about a conclusion
Or will I continue to pretend

That life continues anyway
That dawn gives way to day
And day just fades away

Just fades away,
If I asked you not to go 

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October 30, 2010
More By: Rani Turton
Views: 1027      Comments: 3

Comments on this Poem

Comment too good, poignant, warm & heart touching..

Rupradha
07/23/2014 04:57 AM

Comment too good, poignant, warm & heart touching..

Rupradha
07/23/2014 04:56 AM

Comment I think my patient wait for a good poem has been worthwhile. How beautifully put....

Ravinder Malhotra
11/01/2010 16:21 PM




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