You and I

You and I

The relationship died
Between you and I,
For the love between us
Was never recognized.

Critical indecisiveness
Left us to die;
Is it too late
To recuperate
Our demise?

Twenty-six years sped by —
All that we knew died
And never again materialized
Into the heavenly bliss
We knew, at the beginning.

Now the days spin by
Extending time
Into mourning;
Night filled intellect:
The greatest regret —
Time ignored between you and I,
It left us to die — grieving.

Why must we seek demise
When our love filled eyes
Can rekindle the flame
Of lost time?

Ignore the calamities,
For can’t you see
The possibilities,
Between you and I.

This will lead us to die —
A final tragedy in this drive;
Over twenty-six years of our lives
Between you and I.
So, please tell me,
Is this a final demise,
Or a flame rekindled by time?

You and I by K. Saitta © 2014, A Walk In Verse

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