kabelo austin komete


Burning love


As thy sleep, sleepless nights alone at night
Thee glitters with beauty,
like a red rose covered with dew during winter
Thy devils heart, thee beauty and thee beast
Past day to night when thy seest, thy seest not thee
Thy wonders not dost in thee, thy is constant
Thee and thy together at dawn
Thee and thy together at dusk
Thee and thy forever

By Kabelo Austin Komete

Submitted: Friday, August 15, 2014

Topic of this poem: love hurts


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This poem is about a guy who is madly in love with a woman who hurts his feeling when she leaves, he knows that he means a world to her but jealous that she might meet someone, because shes a caree woman, shes never home and always on the move.He believes nothing will happen but his jealousy takes the better of him, but the fact is she will come back home to him where she belongs and that is the trueth

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