Nothing Mattered

A Garret Poet

Nothing Mattered
Form: Rondelet

I feared their roar
Of anger fuelled by their disgust
I feared the roar
And left my dreams to nothing more
Concealing self in flecks of dust
Sweet softness lost beneath stale crust
I feared their roar.

I saw her smile
The lines of life that she has seen
I saw her smile
And nothing mattered for a while
Her granny smile, whatever's been
She doesn’t care what words could mean
I saw her smile.

Her love is mine
No matter what I say or do
Her love is mine
When tears cascade, she makes it fine
And holds my heart to what's true
To see me smile with loving you,
Her love is mine



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