Daleen Enslinstrydom

Rookie - 21 Points (25-02-1967 / Springs, South Africa)

Your penned words do inspire me


Your words are like thousands of butterflies
landing on the flowers of my heart.
and I have learned to blossom
when I hear them.

Your wisdom has astonished me
and I have experienced life through your eyes
when your words dance
like thousands of rays on the surface of a dam.

Your hands running of the keyboard of the computer
is music to my ears
and I do intimately know
every gesture that you make

and your words fall like rain
that I can smell as they do nourish my soul.

How well do I know your silhouette
and at times I do forget
all of the things that you have said
but the things that you do write
are written on my heart

and your words are like
glorious bush-veldt sunrises
and forever you will be
the angel of my heart.

If today is the first day of forever,
I do want to spent the rest of eternity with you
and if words on paper acknowledge the feelings in your heart
then I want you to read your poetry to me
to be able to comprehend
each little syllable of love

and I want to love you
while days fly by with each colouring horizon
and today does disappear into each tomorrow.

Submitted: Thursday, June 05, 2014

Topic of this poem: love


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  • Bronze Star - 7,360 Points Mr. Nobody (6/5/2014 1:35:00 AM)

    That commitment and desire took my breath away!
    An amazing write that could only come from an amazing heart
    Is the music a symphonic orchestra now? (Report) Reply

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