Rae Posted August 8, 2014 Posted August 8, 2014 (edited) In a few odd little coincidences, I have recently bumped up against the TS Eliot poem, "The Love Song of J Alfred Prufrock", and reading about it led me to the Rudyard Kipling poem, "The Love Song of Har Dyal", which got me thinking. I present to you:The Love Song of Sheldon Lee Cooper by phantagrae Alone upon the platform late at night I look along the gleaming, singing rails I wish that you were with me in the nightYou know I love you, though I cannot say Before me lies the freedom of the road Extending far beyond the world I know But you are not beside me on the roadYou know I love you, though I cannot say My life was cold and empty before you My heart was closed to thoughts and words of love My heart will break if I cannot have youYou know I love you, though I cannot say Wonderful phanta I can't handle all these emotions... Edited August 8, 2014 by sonicdeathrae Share this post Link to post Share on other sites More sharing options...
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