yolandey breedt

Rookie - 78 Points (1987/05/04 / south africa)

Still In The Darkness I Lay


As I lay silently in the darkness
I enter a world of the unknown
Around me I hear that silent song
Were a love is slowly grown

As passion fulfills my every desire
Silent is my song silent is my song
As deep within me I’m warmed by a calming fire
As I feel your gentle touch

Gently in my ears you whisper soothing words
And so my song become my hearts melody
Were I find myself lost in a world of you and me
As I begin to build you as part of my life’s remedy

Silent is my song silent is my song
As you become my every dream come true
Were I lay still in the darkness
Constantly thinking of only you.

Submitted: Monday, August 05, 2013
Edited: Monday, August 05, 2013

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this is just a poem i wrote as i fantacised about someone i care deeply about but i cant have so the nearesed i can have him is in my dreams

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