Kevin East

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Unwritten love


Heavenly music choral,
Floral
In my soul
Waking
Memories start to roll.
A film of life.


Dancing in the kitchen
With my mother on Christmas Eve.
Feelings like no other.
Unwritten love will weave.


Poetry
That unwritten music
Narrates.
While golden caresses
Wait at the gates.
Earthly tears then dissipate
To send rain for our thirst
Emotion's buds dispersed.


Beautiful music
Unwritten love
Heaven's lights kiss clouds above.
Then sun on our face
Pleasing to the eye.
Unwritten love
Drifts
Across an open sky.


Poetry unwritten music to our ears
A life of rhyme to wipe away the tears.
And though memories mime
We scribe our souvenirs.
Unwritten love
Sweet music from above.
Plays in our soul.
Like morning star
On Heaven's scroll.

Submitted: Wednesday, April 27, 2011
Edited: Thursday, August 02, 2012

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