In the month of December

by WonderingSpirit   Dec 22, 2009


In the month of december
I can still remember
All those fun times we had together
Thinking it all last forever

It was cold day
I guess it was a Friday
You sat staring at the frozen bay
Whispering my name and telling me to come and stay

I silently obeyed and you tightly hugged me
Tears falling down as you told me
That you really loved me
And that you couldn't live without me

Then you got closer putting your face infront of mine
Feeling your lips against mine
Not caring about the coldness or the time
Letting me feel that were a bright light that can shine

But now we're not together
And I see you walking with her
Betting that you don't even remember
That cold day in the month of December

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  • 7 years ago

    by Nevi

    This was amazing. I know the feeling that this poem describes, even though I'm a guy. I broke up with someone that I was truly, truly in love with, in december, on a friday. And when I hadn't yet moved on, she had gone on without me. I've got a new girlfriend now, and I love her more than I've loved anything in this entire world, but the old scars are still there.....an amazing read, keep it up! :)

  • 7 years ago

    by WonderingSpirit

    Thanks to all you guys who read my poem and liked them. It's very difficult to forget someone you thought loved you but we have to go through many ups and downs to find our true love. but thanks again for commenting on my poem

  • 8 years ago

    by Ares

    What struck me most about this poem was the raw and honest emotions in it. You didn't hide it behind reason and you didn't cover it up which sometimes I find myself wanting to do whenever I write about something really personal.

    A few spelling mistakes here and there, but it's nothing really.

    I really enjoy reading your poetry as I've said in the last couple of comments I've posted, but it's very very true and I do believe you have a real talent for this. Even though the easiest thing to do is to write about something you've experienced and so on, the difficult thing is to turn it in to a piece of poetry that makes people not think about the words, but think about their own lives and experiences.

    Great job on this, a clear 5, and I look forward to reading more of you.

    --ares

  • 8 years ago

    by nmdoza

    This could be a song. it reminded me of song lyrics and it was very moving. good job. keep on writing.

  • 8 years ago

    by RoseBlood

    Okay, so this caused me a total break down and I found myslef staring at your poem and sobbing with tears that I thought would never fall again for him. All of that because everything you describe in this poem reminds of him, even though it's been.....5 years now....December, Friday....his love and his kiss....and yes I see him with another person now, every single day, seeing how he kisses her and loves her...and it's so heartaching.....and in the end, when you say he probably doesn't even remember-I know how that feels, I see that he doesn't look at me with the loving eyes he once did.
    If this is real for you too, than I'd like you to know that you're not the only one that feels that way about someone.
    Great job. I've wanted to put something simular to this to express my feelings, but you've done a well job, and now i don't need to, I'll just put it in my fav and probably read it over and over until i grow strong enough to bare the pain, may be it'll help me move on.
    Great poem. Wish i could rate it higher than 5.
    Take care
    Carla