marla powell


Hush - Poem by marla powell

Hush, the storm is coming,
The lightening flashes in the sky,
Love hurts, hush now don't you cry,
S-h-h-h Hush let love take over,
Let love be your guide,
Hush the storm is raging,
Passion blazes high,
The winds are blowing,
Come to me and be mine,
Softly say good-bye in the morning light,
To empiteness, lonileness and shame,
I raise my glass love is to blame,
For ever changing things, make a wish that things stay the same,
Pray that love will remain don't regret you came,
Into my arms to love me, Sh-h-h hush it's like the wilds,
Like the madness of a summer night,
When heat takes control of your passion and you loose love without a
fight, Sh-h-h hush, it's like our hearts beating from inside,
Going on into the darkness love will be your guide,
No on knows these places where love will hides, or where it will be,
Where pictures flutter through your mind,
Memories of you and I...

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  • (10/1/2007 1:09:00 PM)

    Nice piece. Keep writing! (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Monday, October 1, 2007

Poem Edited: Tuesday, April 12, 2011


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