Drove by your house last night, for one sight,
Just to see you, just to see your beautiful face,
To calm my soul, without it my heart isn't whole,
And It would die here alone in this horrible place.
I still remember, that cold day in December,
When we danced and I looked into your eyes,
Under the moon, while the wind sings a tune,
thinking of this brings tears, I cant help but cry.
So I just keep driving on, knowing your gone,
I'm missing you here, not knowing what to do,
All the words that you said, play in my head,
While My Heart Is Still Bleeding For You.
The Triquatrain form was created by Robert L. Huntsman. It is a quatrain poem in tri-rhyme with a specific rhyming pattern (see below). Lines 1 and 3 have internal rhyme whereas lines 2 and 4 do not.