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May 27

Poem: Ghosts of the Past

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Ghosts of the Past

Too cute together
to be torn apart
memories in shadow
horse before cart

Years spent wasting
the complacency curse
emotions once rampant
now lie in a hearse

Ghosts of this past
haunt every single day
questions always repeating
how did we live this way?

-Poem by Justin Germino

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  • http://apps.facebook.com/pollpursuit Karen Dysa

    Great poem, it reminds me of someone whom i truly love before. This is the kind of poem he gave to me.