Kevin East

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Angel.


I'll never keep you in a box.
Love's never caged
Or ruled by clocks.
A door opens
Another locks,
In my heart.
Every sad ending
With stardust descending,
Means another start.
Yet,
I've never felt like this.
My angel
Taste my kiss
To never depart.

I'll never let you down.
Or ever tear your dreams.
You'll wear a moonlit crown.
We'll bathe in silver streams.
So
Darling don't be late.
Your fragrance fills the air.
Our souls have made a date
To merge in evening fair.
We will embrace
Through any tears or pain.
Just to touch your face
Relights the sun again.
And then sweet dawn
Will wake our passion raging.
New love is born.
What symphony is staging
Such exquisite sound.
Let every note
I thought had passed
Resound.
My angel
I have found at last.
Baptise my heart
In bliss.
And we will fade
To blue,
Like sweetest morning dew.
Ive never felt like this.

Submitted: Thursday, March 21, 2013
Edited: Thursday, March 21, 2013
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