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Electric Lady

To Allan Gerard

The words to your soul are quite revealing
Heaven has finally taken me to a place of leisure
The mystery unfolds as the clouds begin to disappear
I'm lost in a silence that is golden
My actions cannot speak out loud
For if my actions speak now
My vision of you may never come true
So I remain silent in the midst of the magic
The words to your soul
Tells a story beyond belief
I see myself lingering beside you
A man of many truths
May you appear to be my new inspiration
I'm falling for you immensely
And we just met by chance, a chance of a lifetime
A stroke of genius that is you and what you create
With a mind of a great composer
You dance your way into my heart
I'm honored to be in your presence
Fireworks burst out of the sky
Indeed my actions have spoken
As well as the mystery that lies in Ed Nigma
Mesmerizing yet beautifully passionate
Your imagination soars above the stratosphere.

Submitted: Friday, July 04, 2014

Topic of this poem: friendship

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Dedicated to Allan Gerard a.k.a Ed Nigma.

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  • Rookie - 913 Points Susan Lacovara (9/19/2014 12:43:00 PM)

    I am saddened to think Allen has decided to vacate this forum, as he has said in a posting to me. I will greatly miss the beautiful mind that constructs a world beyond most other's visions. Your write has done him true justice. The friends we make thru poetry, pure and preserved...with humble and happy thoughts. PEACE. (Report) Reply

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