saif gallant

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'Its maybe you'


The shouting silence fills my
head,
Starry skies were clouded by
the loneliness
I felt. Your smile invades and
diminishes the dark
Surrounding the fiery hell. We
live in purgatory.
Planets revolve around your
liberated heart.
The stench of fear consumes my
oxygen,
But you are there like my
guardian angel,
Holding me through ineffable
times.
The pain had roared wilder
since they left.
I stumble; life' s hurdles mock
me,
They whisper at me, trying to
make me give in.
My soul is still only half as
special as yours.
Yet the rays of your sun reach
out and feed me your strength.
Though the chasing of that
ticking clock may catch up with
you,
An unwanted enemy.
No longer will your fire burn.
Darkness will not devour you
though,
For I will be there for you like
you were for me,
And never ever let you go.

- - Saif gallant
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Submitted: Monday, August 18, 2014

Topic(s): love


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