Jessel Jane Tevar

Rookie (December 6,1988 / Philippines)

Tell Me That Love Returns


Tell me that love returns
to break the silent waves of pain;
those large imperious waves of pain
in the vast ocean of sorrow.

Tell me that love returns
to catch the falling stars;
those bright imperious sparks of stars
withing the vast sky of sorrow.

Tell me that love returns
to mend this broken heart;
this shattered, broken, wounded heart
in the vast soul of sorrow.

Submitted: Friday, February 08, 2008
Edited: Saturday, May 21, 2011

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Comments about this poem (Tell Me That Love Returns by Jessel Jane Tevar )

  • Rookie Louie -Love & Peace- Levy (9/9/2009 11:29:00 AM)

    Love -

    Jane

    hath ne'er left from within
    the 'Immortal Metaphor'
    heart beats as host, requited
    since all that have 'Self' is Godly

    neither He
    nor She
    but We
    of the Universe
    are 'family' and the Same

    Love, is Omnipresent

    louie levy
    09.09.2009 (Report) Reply

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