Mark Gould

Rookie (11/08/1988 / San Antonio, TX)

Eyes - Poem by Mark Gould

A morning dew's first glistening drop
Falls, timeless in eternity's ecstasy
Drops into my careless heart
Waves of light, seas of delight
Surge within me
In the garden of your warmth
I walk, float into
Green carpets of silken wax
Brilliant colors of glass prisms
Transcending light's limitations
Opening virgin eyes
To the bliss of Ivory halls
Golden falls, placid streams
Tranquil in the face of time and space
Unsurpassed in snug innocence
In purity unimagined by men or gods
True beauty, brighter than stars
Apricity on a spring morning in heaven
Melodic symphonies of natures wings
Freedom locked behind feathers and flesh
Cool springs of deep hues
Soaked in pleasures of immeasurable cleansing
Snow capped mountains enclosed in jade blankets
Beset by jewels illuminated by the suns warmth
Atop rolling hills
That go on forever
Diamonds forged from the depths of the earth
Meticulously polished for lifetimes
Under the steady hand of time
Bringing forth an immaculate perfection
Birthed from the caverns and valleys
mountains and streams
And dotted seas of cool grandeur
Within the wonder
Of your eyes.

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  • (12/8/2009 2:04:00 AM)

    This is truly amazing a very beautiful well written piece of work,
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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Poem Edited: Tuesday, December 8, 2009

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