Let us steal a moment out of the ones we lost

Forever might not be enough for some,

For towards the end of it,

They will crave for a few more moments to come,

So to say…why ask for favours from time if we needn’t must,

When we ourselves can be of some help to us,

By and by we forget those precious moments’ worth and cost,

And then I say,

Let us steal a moment out of the ones we lost.

The moments we lost in our fights,

The ones when we were confronted by terrible sights,

The ones we spent being alone and forlorn,

The ones when in solitude we mourned,

Why can’t we be with them tonight,

And let them tell us we still have all our might.

Just give that moment a chance to lighten up your dark,

Go steal a moment out of the ones you lost.

Remember ,When that night you sat by the lake .

Left out and forgotten, thinking the world to be a fake,

Holding back those terribly translucent tears,

Of agony , of hurt , of fear.

What you do not realize is that there is someone out there ,

Wanting to have a little life’s care,

Who has reached that forever and is desperate to have this moment,

And so you are more than just fortunate to have it for yourself to lent.

Wipe all your tears and give that moment a try of thought,

And let your heart steal a moment out the ones you lost.

5 thoughts on “Let us steal a moment out of the ones we lost

  1. mitchteemley says:

    Thanks for the like! Thought you’d like to know that the quip you responded to (“I’ll Buy a Kindle When They Create a ‘New Book’ App”) has been expanded to include a brief love letter to books. http://mitchteemley.com/2014/12/02/ill-buy-a-kindle-when-they-create-a-book-smell-app/

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  2. spikykatniss says:

    Moved me. Check out my poems, like Roped and Life. I shed a tear.


  3. lovely 😦 ❤
    appreciate u following my blog, hope u enjoy as much as I like ur brilliant posts x

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  4. spikykatniss says:

    This is the start of the Poetry Revolution. I’m totally on poetry side. Hopefully you are. Just kidding! Still, this is a beautiful poem and i think of it sometimes. What? I do.


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