Melody Thomas

Rookie - 255 Points (Wainwright, Alberta Canada)

A Glitter Of A Moment - Poem by Melody Thomas

A Glitter of A Moment

There was a silence of a moment so serene and soothing
A person wouldn't know if what he was nearing and losing
For if you once came so close and asked me is this a dream?
And for one mere moment I saw your eyes radiantly gleam
At that first meeting I thought you could actually hear my heart
Knowing in reality, you would have been listening and pull me apart
I could see the stars lit up your fires extend all towards the way to mine
Neath the luminous gazing moon could have turned me so sublime
That one romantic night, the stray winds had not initially blow
But by pure happenstance, the springs did hold my hearts desires to glow
You had painted into my eyes like a well lit of diamonds and purest gold
My ears had hushed with your all dreamy desires to caress forever so untold
Meeting you had awakened my wonton desires as I looked into your beloved heart
And then some day I knew you would leave me and tear me so heartless and part
Then a raging storm consumed and swallowed each and many of caustic words
Crushing all my urges as looking like two lost little flying tender love birds
No one could ever imagine and know how the heart can deliver and tenderly whisper
Till the pain had then resided and grown as seen through your hurting eyes, seem crisper
At one time, my eyes had shown all the glitter and brought forth life as like you
That was so long ago and you had known my love was so tenderly and loved and true
As for now I see beyond my eyes full-fledged blushing like a sunset which had asked my name
It then would have told you what and how you just had stayed the same

Written: Nov.10,2015

Melody Thomas

Topic(s) of this poem: appreciation

Form: Imagery

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, November 12, 2015

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