Saturday, July 25, 2009


Rating: 4.6
The walls of my heart seemed impregnable
And a particle could not fall off.
Till she came along
And broke those walls apart
With a glance dressed unconscious

And now in her presence,
My tongue is poor,
Her footsteps define my heart - beat,
Her words lurk deep in my memory,
Her beauty is the light of my day,
And her gaze leaves me paralyzed.
So when I'm sick,
Her concern is my only cure.
And when I'm sad,
Her memory is my only joy.

And while the power of what I feel
Distorts my state of being
Like a Savannah condition in a forest region,
Her image brings me peace
Like that of a sleeping child
And the calmness of the sea.
How did I fall?
Kobik William
Silent Speaker 27 April 2010
i love your descriptions. this poem is extremely moving.
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Barbara Jean 27 December 2009
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Indira Renganathan 28 October 2009
You have shown a dignity in this decent love poem....well done....thank you
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Michael Moorcroft 04 August 2009
Really well thought out and shows your true skills as a poet.
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Bethany Williams 30 July 2009
Wow! Great poem... You have great writting... Give you a ten...
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Chloe Young 28 July 2009
whoa, good poem about loneliness and what fills it! <3
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Sulaiman Mohd Yusof 26 July 2009
Vivid and rich in imageries.Wonderful love poem.
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Surya . 25 July 2009
vow! beautiful poem.nice words and lines.wonderful composition. voted10 surya
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