April Pearl

Rookie (01.04.1983 / kollegala)

Depth of Love Poem by April Pearl

You are the ocean and I am the horizon that meets you.
You are the little showers that show up on a sunny day and I am the colourful rainbow,
You are the fire, I am the snow.
You are the earth and I am its crust.
You are my life, else I am barren.
The depth of love can't be measured,
The love it spreads is a mystic fragrance,
The pleasure it gives sends me to trance.
That is our residence, our little heaven.
Where the sky is just a few inches high,
Where I can sail on the clouds,
Walk by the beach holding hands, kissing each other.
Where love's no lie or fantasy.
But the very existence of life.

Submitted: Wednesday, November 27, 2013
Edited: Sunday, December 08, 2013

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  • Rookie - 58 Points Rex-mayor Ubini (12/20/2013 3:07:00 AM)

    Wow, I love this. And I say I am your Rain and you are my earth,
    My kiss pours on you as rain,
    And I wait and see my seed germinate (Report) Reply

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