Saturday, 23 February 2008

Forgotten


She stood and looked him in the eyes,
Her gaze was so intense,
“I’m sorry” were the only words
That came to his defence.

He grabbed her hand, pulled her close,
Asked what he’d done wrong,
Wondered how he could put it right
To make them get along.

She knew that deep within her heart
The time was drawing near,
How could she tell the man she loved
She did what he did last year?

Pulling away from his big strong arms
She then starts to explain,
Their five year wedding anniversary -
She’d forgotten it was today!

With a glint in his eye, he gives a sigh,
And tells her not to worry,
Last year she wouldn’t forgive him,
But today’s a different story.

So with this there’ll be no grief
He wont have to pay the price,
For once again he forgot the date,
But this time like his wife!

15 comments:

Teeny Poet said...

That is a great cheery love poem that I would love to add to my poetry site with your permission.
Peace

ozymandiaz said...

Very funny ending epecially after the dramatic tug through out. Nicely done.

Stacey said...

Thanks ozymandiaz
It makes it that little bit more exciting with an unexpected ending!

goatman said...

A variation on misery loves company? Why do we feel better when others are as goofy as we are?
Nice poem stacey.

Stacey said...

Hi Goatman
Im pleased you like the poem I am adding your site as a link to mine.

rch said...

Hi Stacey, I love the double meaning in the title. If only all missteps could be so easily forgiven. Take care,

Bob

ANNA-LYS said...

You sure have a way with words!

Not many can like You,
make beauty out of ugliness.
Or create ointment out of disappointment.

Thanks 4 sharing!

Sara said...

I love the stanza that mentions

what she did last year.

That one really resonantes.

Stacey said...

Hi there Bob, Double meanings are the best dont you think so??

Thanks anna-lys I have left a comment on your site.

Thanks a lot Sara I think this one really paints a picture wouldn't you say?

ANNA-LYS said...

Thank You sweetie,
I will add Your site, as soon as I have made or found a widget that works, without slowing down my blog. That will be in the weekend, I guess. Until then, I keep track of You!!!!

(( hug ))

SweetTalkingGuy said...

Hi Stacey, love your colourful site and it's good to see so many new poems...

ANNA-LYS said...

Thank You!
I will see what my tiny brain can figure out ;-)

<3

ANNA-LYS said...

Happy Spring Stacey!

ekhosama said...

haha, it started out all sad and seemed like she cheated on him, =) and then it turns out humorous! great poem.

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