Nicholas Nikolov

(April.6,1988 / Toronto)

A Lifelong Dream's Hope Of Fulfillment


A specific thought trapped in my mind is redundant;
indeed a dream it be, and yet, for most, conclusively cliché,
but this individual thought,
which has not entered my mind
from the day you achieved your liberty
of the harshness of those days of old
that brought much destruction upon your heart.
Therefore, you have been uncontestably freed
with the reinvigoration of your radiant
love to splendidly shine anew, and might I further say,
you my sweetheart, earnestly, are the sole angel I sought
in all my dreams that I have dreamt -
Not ever another to genuinely love me indeed.
I will never astray from not being caught
of losing you my dearest - this is plainly
a factual proclamation of my love; never mind
the nightmares that so desperately attempt to haunt
my slumbering nights and blissful days will forever be prevented.

Submitted: Sunday, August 11, 2013
Edited: Monday, September 08, 2014
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Topic(s): love


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