Joshua Hillard

Rookie - 101 Points (February 19,1992 / Saginaw, MI)

God's Garden


Oh sweet love in your eyes,
That burns my heart with love,
The passionate green glowing color,
Holds the remembrance of God's garden above,

I could stare centuries within your chambers,
To be locked away with the glimpse of fate,
As the green symbolizes the trust and honesty,
That vividly no man could break,

My dream lays within a dream,
Unconditionally unlocking the potential in my heart,
From a second to stare to an eternity to watch,
Only to witness your magic that could never part,

I've dreamt of this dream solemnly,
As a days pass consolidated my answer,
I've dreamt of one dream to awake to another,
It was your eyes that risen me to my stature,

I couldn't find a more vivacious nature to whom I seek,
The luscious glow penetrated my heart in many forms,
To whom I seek that made my dream come true,
Was found as I journeyed through the eyes of the storms,

I walked across the bloomed green garden,
Only to hear the torment of my heart as it began to thunder,
The thundering in my heart made my eyes rain vigorously,
As lightning flashed and I began to wonder,

I've found the eyes that set my soul on fire,
Glorified from the passion I began to forsake,
My fortune once said a dream may come true,
With only one look, I found you to take,

Your nature caused my life to season,
To begin an eternity infatuated with the necessity of love,
With one profound look I found my dream,
As if I truly witnessed God's green garden in the heavens above.

Submitted: Friday, March 11, 2011
Edited: Saturday, March 01, 2014

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