out of this world




There was a fair lady called Jade

Farewell, she bade, as her heartbeat fade

Sadly, he madly fell

for her, but he could not tell

as she, a dearth journey made


She, her web of love had spurn

Entrapped, his bleeding soul mourn

He, now, no way to amend

Nor could he pretend

His broken dream and life forlorn


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18 thoughts on “Farewell

  1. Great writing! I am now following your blog.

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  2. This is beautiful…

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  3. Following you, too! Loved it! 🙂

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  4. I love the use of she, and he, in the last stanza of the work. Really nice.

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  5. Oh-my-love, this is beautifully sad! 😦 why did she have to go?

    I love the style of writing. It’s that rare (and ancient too, I think) poetry style that makes you enjoy every line even more.

    I can totally relate to this. Welldone Amity! 🙂

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  6. your second line refers to heartbeat, and the rhythm of that line feels very much like a beating heart. Not sure if that was intentional or not, but very cool!

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  7. Yes, it could be…
    Like when one’s heart stop beating for another
    Or when one stops living…
    Thank yo for reading.


  8. why the F is Forlorn is capital ?


  9. Adeleke Julianah on said:

    Love sure does hurts at times.
    Falling in love could be hard.
    Especially when the love isn’t
    Nice piece as always…

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  10. ..You are so right Jules but the beauty of love lies in all its spectrum..the good, the bad and ugly…Like a beautiful rose with thorns is love….

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