Wishing you well...

by J Lau   Jan 27, 2006


I got your mail.
I know my stance.
I need to distance,
To lessen your pain.
My presence reminds you
of memories you shared with him,
Which does not help you heal,
Your wounded heart and soul.

I feel your pain and sorrow,
More then you will ever know.
I worry about you,
But there's nothing more I can do.
How I wish I can go back in time,
And change everything til it's fine.

Somehow I wish that you will know,
That it was no less painful for me then you.
Fate maybe to blame,
In this ruthless game;
But casualties were not bound to two,
For I was there, right beside you.

I wish you happiness,
Should you be gone.
Far away from this lonely place,
Across the ocean where I will gaze.
How I wish that you will stay,
But wishing you well is all I pray.
When you come back healed and well,
Please don't forget this lonely heart,
Who wished you well
From the bottom of his heart.

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  • 14 years ago

    by Victoria Rainey

    Awww sooo sweet.... I loved the good choices of words becasue it showed that you had a really good creative side of you and I hope you never stop writing.... because that is what makes u... good job and keep u p the good work

  • 14 years ago

    by Ashleigh Skye

    I liked this peice. it was very sad yet comforting and full of happiness at the same time, if that makes any sence to you. The only thing I wasnt a big fan of was the rhyme scheme seemed to change now and again throughout the poem and it was kind of odd sounding. The last two lines were my favorite for the completely summed up the poem. nice job.

  • 14 years ago

    by Romancing the Darker Side

    This is a very nice piece, I am falling in love with all of your poetry! You used a great free-verse style, and it flowed very nicely. 5/5

  • 14 years ago

    by in.need.of.a.lucky.charm

    Awww!!
    Please don't forget this lonely heart,
    Who wished you well
    From the bottom of his heart.
    they were the lines that really got me, that was sweet. i can almost feel your yearning. chin up

    much love and many kisses,
    bex

  • 14 years ago

    by Jenni

    This is my favorite of yours so far. I think that your opening lines were powerful and let me know kind of what to expect from your poem. It was very well put together, and it told such a sad and sweet story at the same time. wonderful job. 5/5