Crimson Love

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Frostbitten Heart - Poem by Crimson Love

Fair cheeks,
hold The color,
I self proclaimed my love to be,
The heated warmth,
of a lovers breath,
sends such rush,
to my maidens face.

Palms carress the flame;
never burned...
but always inflamed,
A crimson Mind wonders,
thinking of love,
Yet not knowing what to say,
what is to be said,
when nothing need be?

One look,
Crimson ignites,
I long for such heat,
to hold our flame,
yet I know,
my fire is long extinguished,
by the ice,
That resides,
where no flame,
could ever burn...

frostbitten to the point,
where the amputation of
a blackened heart,
won't save me.

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Comments about Frostbitten Heart by Crimson Love

  • Jacqui Broad (12/1/2011 3:07:00 PM)


    Fire melts ice, remember... When you least expect it, love'll come knocking on your door. Can't wait to read your poetry, then! For now, this is great. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Poem Edited: Wednesday, November 30, 2011


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