but sometimes it’s easy

 

but sometimes
it’s easy to forget

thinking no more
of you is a fact
that kills thousand
acts of sublime
yearning

but sometimes
it’s easy to remember

loving you
is a past closed
like a book
in multitude
chapters

but sometimes
it’s easy to recall

leaving me
leaving you
both of us knew
that one day in
a sometime
it’s easy to
fall in love again

 

2013

About chester maynes

poet, and a lover of music and books.
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17 Responses to but sometimes it’s easy

  1. kalabalu says:

    beautiful is memory that brings a smile , sad is a tear that falls and best is the hope to love again.

  2. kalabalu says:

    Reblogged this on My Blog impostor in me and commented:
    easy to remember difficult to forget
    can you have skim memories so as not to regret

  3. I wish I could say I knew that…

  4. rosereads says:

    Remarkable poem. It captures exactly what I have been feeling this past few weeks. Thank you. The ending gives me a bit of hope.

    Reblogging on Rosereads.com

  5. rosereads says:

    Reblogged this on RoseReads and commented:
    A bit of poetry to give you some hope…Thank you to Chester Maynes.

  6. Noora says:

    This poem touched me deeply. Thank you for sharing.

  7. For a poem to be so short and evoke both love and pain simultaneously it deserves but the highest merits.

  8. Fatima says:

    Love this!! It perfectly reflects my state right now… Thanks for stringing such perfect words. XD

  9. Johnb839 says:

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