A Letter to Derinsola
Your eyes, they said it all;
or, so i thought....
it send shivers down my spine;
as it lightly tickles the air.
Your words, so softly spoken;
dripping like liquid fire,
melting away my pains.
You got me so addicted,
gazing deep into the sky....
I have waited long in silence,
yet this feeling consumes so strangely;
it burns so deeply,
breaking down my walls.
I have my fears,
but am willing to try,
broken and bruised;
but not afraid to heal.
I fall asleep in your arms,
I feel like hope is near,
I am done with my griefs,
I am stepping out of the woods.
And all I ask;
is a reason to love!
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