Poet’s Corner: I Remain

I watch you walk away,
Until you are reduced to a shadow;
A memory;
A living dream.

You do not look back,
Still, tears leave their trail,
Each one falling,
Reminding me:
Of  Sahara’s Summer;
With your blistering winds of passion,
And now,
Your absence fueling
My aching soul:
Screams of cacophonic tones–
Crying out for your return.
Shredding mistakes;
Screeching, this is our love.

Come home.
Do not leave me
In this searing sea alone.
Do not let the winds blow
Sands up around me,
Pitting what was;
Casting the tomb
Of what could be.

I will remain here until your return.
This is my promise to our dream.
Though I have not a cloud in the sky
To shelter me through such a storm–
I will remain;
I will.

I Will Remain

About Robin Clark (42 Articles)
Robin, born in Talent Oregon, now resides in Bellevue, a community outside of Seattle Washington. She is a published poet, OP-ED writer and Children's story author. She is currently in partnership with a composer who has asked her to write the book for his next musical. She is also being courted by assorted Directors to write a stage play and her dream is to leave a legacy in words, where you come to realize anything is possible.