Guarded Heart

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Blooming Rose That Is Your Heart - Poem by Guarded Heart

I am a writer
And aspiring
I have what it takes
In the eyes of society
The eyes that only see outer beauty
But my beauty is only for you
See my hand, wears a ring
Open the hand and see
The rose that blooms there
Your heart, a thing of beauty
Blooming, full of energy
Now i take your hands in mine
And am forced to remind
You what you have in your own hands
Maybe not as beautiful as a rose
And it needs alot of work
But one thing is constant
It is pure, and it beats for you
Just like my body breathes for you
And my blood runs with you
Cut my wrists, i bleed you
And i can no longer hide from you
The mask has been worn away
But for you, i took it off, i'll let you see
The real me, because thats what i want you to have
I want you to hold the pure, loving me
Not what i was once pretending to be
I hope you still love me
My thoughts are consummed by you
Just as i give my body to you
I give my every being to you
Simply because i so passionately love you

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  • (7/26/2006 1:07:00 AM)


    Nicely done... the words really flowed into a wonderful piece (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, July 26, 2006

Poem Edited: Thursday, August 19, 2010


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