Parting Poems

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We Shall Become The Past
by Yoko Fushigina

Oh, if you asked: "How much you love me, dear?",
No doubt I'd answer: "I have no idea".
'Cause numbers couldn't measure my affection;
It had no limit, no exeption.
That's why I feel so insecure, I feel so scared...
You were the air I breathed and feels I had.
I laid on you my chagrin and despair,
You were the only one to guard my rear.

It's never been so painful, not once.

......

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Parting
by Hoda Ablan

You are there, building a home
and I am here, demolishing a memory
Your home, which will be open to all
and my memory, which was open to your face.

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We Shall Become The Past
by Yoko Fushigina

Oh, if you asked: "How much you love me, dear?",
No doubt I'd answer: "I have no idea".
'Cause numbers couldn't measure my affection;
It had no limit, no exeption.
That's why I feel so insecure, I feel so scared...
You were the air I breathed and feels I had.
I laid on you my chagrin and despair,
You were the only one to guard my rear.

It's never been so painful, not once.

......

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Parting
by Hoda Ablan

You are there, building a home
and I am here, demolishing a memory
Your home, which will be open to all
and my memory, which was open to your face.

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  • Hoda Ablan
    Hoda Ablan (1 poems about Parting)
    1971 / Ibb / Yemen