Fable of Fate

by Andrew Morton   Oct 1, 2007

The sweet caress
of loves embrace
guilt ridden
of wishful sins

and so it starts;
it falls beneath the surface
to where fate is forgotten
cause its too much to face

can i get a witness
dear preacher, preacher
someone who knows of
what i can teach her

lessons of love
that i once failed
of darker days
when my heart was empailed

fiction ridden love story
the fable of destiny
the hell with fate
just lay here with me


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  • 12 years ago

    by mnemosyne

    Stunning poem! I read it over about
    three times, and simply adore it. So
    short, and abrupt, yet still so strong
    and emotive. Really awesome write,
    I don't know what else to say! [:

    Keep it coming!

  • 13 years ago

    by Lyndsay Kalyta

    Lessons of love
    that i once failed

    I love this!!! ha.. great poem Andrew!
    Keep it up please... for me?!