Rita Pal


Light of the Heart


Black is this destructive world
Fired evil that spirals in vain
Killed hope in ghosted memories,
Fractured sunlight, pyred sunsets
Cindered summers, cracked love.

Through the frozen haunted darkness
The sparkled light of your gentle heart
Flashes quietly on my thorned spiraled path
Lines it gently with dawn kissed roses
Showers it in firefly spring blossoms
Dipped in iced caked windswept dew drops

Crystal this time-frame for me darling
Hold it static in my dreams of you
Hold your warm sunlight on me
For you are and always will be
The gentle wonder in my frozen world
Known only to my saddened sunsets as

- The Light of the Heart.

Submitted: Saturday, April 12, 2014
Edited: Saturday, April 12, 2014

Topic of this poem: love


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