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James Darwin Smith II

Rookie - 127 Points (10/6/74 / San Diego, CA)

Coming to Terms with Love


Deconstructive tears
Created into Paper Mache dreams
Filled into forgotten imageries
That was once deemed free

Classified emotions
Getting the best of a confused heart
Holding onto empty infatuations
Battling to live, breathe belief
In the things that were once believed

Struggling on
Finding inner strength
Digging deeper and deeper
Wanting to let everything out
Sick of everything being in
A heart ready to act
Upon the essence of a love let lived

Different passion
Wanting feelings of all things full of light
The essence of true beauty
An undisputed fact
Of living warm and unworried

So much heart, So much soul
A mind full of many peaceful thoughts
Wanting to be noticed
Feeling the flesh is a burden all on its own

Enduring tears
Ready to flow
Amongst the true graces of love
Where limits end up dying
Where limitless dreams continuously carry on

Blue eyes, the source of golden tears
Envision an escape
To a victorious river
Flowing towards an endless roam

Blue eyes, the source of golden tears
Living life, Feeling free

I am the source
The believer of true love

Blue eyes, the source of heart shaped tears
I finally have the security of something I can finally truly believe

Love, I know you finally believe in me
Perhaps you believed in me, all along

Love, for you I am strong
Love, for you I am truly strong

Perhaps, you believed in me, all along

Submitted: Monday, May 05, 2014

Topic of this poem: Love


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Written on 5/5/14

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