Count Dracula

Crazy Heart - Poem by Count Dracula

My crazy heart, without my sweetheart,
Does not listen to me,
Even when I try to explain, or to console,
It does not keep still and flutters at the very mention of my sweetheart,
Harder it beats, fasters it beats, here and there it looks,
People ask the heaven for their wishes to come true,
I only ask for my sweetheart and her hearth to be happy,
Other than this I have no wish, only that she stays happy forever,
My heart wishes only to make her my coat and wrap her around myself,
Sometimes it wishes to take her and fly away into the sky,
My heart has many such thoughts about her,
She is always in my heart and my thoughts,
Even in my dreams and my actions, she remains,
My crazy heart, without my sweetheart,
Does not listen to me.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, June 2, 2011

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