A Poem for Her.

Discussion in 'Poet's Corner' started by Kunera, Jun 17, 2009.

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  1. Kunera

    Kunera Well-Known Member

    More Than Most Can Do

    Lost in the darkness of the night,
    Mystery swallowing all in its path.
    Deepest of thoughts swirling through my mind,
    An indescribable sensation taking control,
    Seizing control over my increasingly numb soul.

    Lost in the darkness of my thoughts,
    Obsession swallowing all in its path.
    Recurring feelings swirling through my heart,
    As I slowly lose control,
    Control over thoughts of you.

    Thoughts of you, the flow of your eternal beauty,
    Slowly taking control, as I lose it.
    Your eternal beauty, that of a Goddess,
    Holding a heart of perfection underneath your bosom,
    Enshrouding all around your with hope and wonder.

    The Goddess, with your warm, tender arms,
    Embracing those beneath your greatness.
    The utmost affection for the world around you,
    Such magnificence! Splendor which, the world may not truly deserve.
    An undeserved kindness, displaying your absolute purity.

    As I lie in darkness,
    Slightly numb, captured by passion,
    Eyes closed, your alluring smile reflecting,
    An image engraved into my mind,
    An absolute blessing.

    As I lie in darkness,
    Heart torn apart, emotions cast in all directions,
    I sigh as I whisper into the night,
    “My feelings are unworthy of her grandeur,
    As I know they’ll always be,
    Yet I must grin whilst my heart bleeds truth,
    For it is more than most can do.”
  2. Petal

    Petal SF dreamer Staff Member Safety & Support SF Supporter

    awesome poem hun..thanks for sharing :D
  3. Kunera

    Kunera Well-Known Member

    Thanks, I'm glad you liked it!
    When I first presented it to her, she seemed to like it, and said it was pretty sweet.

    I say "seemed to like it," because, well frankly, a warm reception was kind of outweighed by a few colder actions, so I'm kind of getting the feeling that it was a generic, positive response to avoid some sort of awkwardness. But alas, that's an entirely different story.
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