Kevin Waller

Ghost In The Shell - Poem by Kevin Waller

So peaceful yet so lovely,
her flawless form sitting in the dark.
She looks at me with doubting eyes,
I cannot help my inner thought.

Past my face and through my mind,
her hypnotic stare does drift.
Burning through every ounce of my soul,
her heavenly glance does rip.

Her face so pure and hair so fine,
she looks at me with goddesses' smile.
Most intense her beauty becomes,
leaving me full of pain but always craving evermore.

She stalks my dreams day and night,
the specter of this living world.
Fueling my soul and burning my mind,
she is of every whim, every breath, untold.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, April 20, 2005

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