Charles Hice

(May 13 2004 / Heaven)

wish


Wish
wish
The one eye love has awakened in my heart.
Heart has awakened want.
This can lead to love.
This can lead to Wish.
Brown eyes hide a lot of pain.
Dark hair beauty masks all marks of time.
Wish.
Rhymes with kiss and bliss.
Wish.
Brown eyes swimming with desire.
Wish.
Learning how to love again and higher love than this.
Looking past the aging process, leaving beauty in its place.
Wish.
Just kiss. Like this.
Wish.
Brown eyes drown.
Brown eyes looking into brown.
Wish.
Placing love above the ground.
Inn all the places that it goes.
Brown eyes drown.
Love looking back at Love.
One spirit to the other.
Wish:
my wish is this.
Parme:
just my parme.
We kiss.
Wish.
Growing young again but never old.
Wish: could eye live to be in love.
wish

Submitted: Wednesday, October 18, 2006
Edited: Wednesday, October 20, 2010

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