Farewell

Remorse

Remorse (Photo credit: Sunfrog1)

I bid farewell without remorse, regret
No words unspoken, nothing left to say
All darkness and all misery forget

We drank such wine before our sun was set
It matters not I won’t see break of day
I bid farewell without remorse, regret

I made mistakes, I lost in love and yet
There was no choice or honour I’d betray
All darkness and all misery forget

One life may be the quantum that we get
If so let’s live for light, let’s live for play
I bid farewell without remorse, regret

The trickster or magician may here bet
That all a black heart yearns to be is grey
All darkness and all misery forget

While longing deep, I all too oft would let
My soul to follow greed and lose its way
I bid farewell without remorse, regret

Diverse were all the challenges I met
We find ourselves through loss the angels say
All darkness and all misery forget

So when I thought my fate and dye was set
A grace did touch my soul and fears allay
I bid farewell without remorse, regret
All darkness and all misery forget

© Helen Valentina 2013, All Rights Reserved

About helenvalentina

Like most people, I have a number of sides to me. The most interesting one probably emerges through my writing, hence this blog. I love to read, and also to write, and so this is a way to share both.
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6 Responses to Farewell

  1. This is so lovely and well written. I bid it all farewell to the misery as well! This is beautiful!

  2. There is a good riddance factor here. Nice job.

  3. Hi Helen, I like that first line, ‘I bid farewell without remorse, regret’ to me that is a powerful statement, a conclusive verse to a relationship that was painful and now the time for separation has arrived and you persona is ok with it.I like that you acknowledge the past and all the mistakes made, this again has me thinking about coffee tables and such!!!

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