Eman Awad

Rookie (26\5\1988 / cairo)

Butterfly. - Poem by Eman Awad

Enough of the breaks you cause me,
please, heart, let go of all about love.
You and me and love aren't meant to be,
and looking for the one is really tough.
Love is more like a butterfly,
taste it's beauty which is not to chase.
Capture it's light but let it fly,
it won't do us good to hold down or embrace.
Let this divine beauty come to your heart,
willingly and spread love and light around you.
See the one ahead taring your pain apart,
reaching to you and never lives without you.
It's written in the far-fetched stars,
where and how and when we'll meet.
I'm running to hold you in my arms,
share the twilight making my heart to beat.
Your charm went far beyond the beautiful face,
to the most beautiful heart i always dreamt of.
And like i had in the world more time and space,
to love you all my life and to run screaming that love.
My heart i caught in your hand,
butterflies some dying and some dead.
When will you ever understand? ?
wait before you get torn or missled.
And there where butterflies,
forced to fly all around you.
Though the love is in the eyes,
but they have to understand too,
we all really have to..
Love is the most beautiful thing,
but let it fly and fly and finally,
it will come running to you....

Comments about Butterfly. by Eman Awad

  • (7/20/2006 8:11:00 PM)

    i love it. it is a unque and beautiful symbolizm between butterfly and love and it is so true.

    you have a gift
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Poem Submitted: Thursday, July 20, 2006

Poem Edited: Wednesday, August 18, 2010

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