Poppie Mira

Rookie (14-02-19 / Siyathemba, Balfour)

The Seed Of Love


You took my heart by the charm
We flew to distant desert
To sow the seed of love
My roots broaden deep into ignorance
Yours only into selfishness
I saw love presented to me
By you my love
You, who missed my body,
And misses nobody
Let me tell you something:
I did woke up from the land of the drowsing and dreaming
With restless leaves blown by your man made charm
Dead stem bitten by your unrhymed love phrase
Belief me
The hell expanded each day
The heat burned each moment
The seed of love
Became the seed of pity

Submitted: Friday, April 20, 2012
Edited: Saturday, April 21, 2012

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to my ex!

Comments about this poem (The Seed Of Love by Poppie Mira )

  • Rookie - 197 Points Pheko Motaung (4/22/2012 1:20:00 AM)

    A most wonderful on the theme of love accepted and love regrettably spurned and lost...? forever? Maybe there will be a reconciliation? This poem is a great achievement by fabulous you.Well done (Report) Reply

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