Wolfie Scott

Rookie - 7 Points (Hell)

'My true love'


Your eyes.. sparkle blue.. like the vast open waters..
Your lips soft as newly sewn silk..
Your kiss deadly enough to kill a man.. But precious enough to revive them.
Lost in you gaze.. Everything else fades.
Or heart beats sync as if one.
The sun behind you cast a golden light around your figure.
Looks as if Im standing in front of a god.
I shed one tear of knowing we are together.
Wrapping your arms around me.. in effort to bring me comfort.
Everything slows.
Looking up to see your loving smile.
I go silent.Cheeks turning a light crimson.. in sight of this precious being.
Knowing your here brings me enough happiness to last a lifetime.
Your pain causes me to feel numb.
trying my best to take the blame.
Trying to share your pain.. taking in from you.
Without you.. there is no me..
In time of your death.. will result in many to follow.
One by one the world will crumble.
Dying because of me..
Trying to follow all my hopes and dreams..
To follow true love..

Submitted: Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Topic of this poem: love and pain


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