Saturday, April 16, 2016

Love Without Hope--By Terry O'Leary--

Love Without Hope

Above, the blushing blood moon vexes silken ebon space
with shadows of the mournful mist recalling, pale, a wistful trace -
her farewell smile I viewed through tears that almost veiled her face -
she turned away and whispered low 'another time, another place...'

Terry O’Leary defines himself as "A physicist lacking gravity..." 


  1. A great scene Terry. I always enjoy your poetic drama. Thanks for sharing. Ralph

  2. Loving every line of this "definite maybe" implied piece.

    This one had to leave the author smiling, at the close. Perfect.