Forever Girl - Poem by Simon Jackson
For the one who posesses my heart, with unknowing cirumscription:
Forever on my mind
Taking over every thought,
The prelude to my every story
and idea: the fount of my passion and drive.
Like a virus you inject your essence,
yet like the flower, it's presence so sweet.
Forever on my lips
you'll stay, always will I talk
of you like a connoisseur of wine,
but a thousand wines could
not make me as drunk as
I become under your dreamy voice,
lulling me to serene slumber.
Forever in my arms
you shall stay, even if I never
touch or see you again my
every embrace or thought shall
be you, and I'll never let you
leave my inivisible arm's surround.
You may not see or feel it, but it's there for you.
Forever in my heart
the yearning for your gracious smile
and longing to once again see
your twinkling eyes, a beacon of
light amongst the many dark souls.
Your moonbeam gaze could
light the world, and the darkest parts of me.
Forever my girl.
No matter if I want it or not
or how the world does turn,
not even war & pestilence could
take away the happiness you bring
to me and those around you.
I'll still be here waiting, doting
on your any command and waiting
until the day the sun stops shining
and my heart no longer beats.
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