James Darwin Smith II

Gold Star - 5,497 Points (10/6/74 / San Diego, CA)

Love, Come Test The Spirit Of This Heart - Poem by James Darwin Smith II

Love, Come test the spirit of this heart
Inebriated under the influence upon the essence of touch
guiding these visions to each sacred star moments
In the galaxy towards universal beauty above
Amongst the essence of a celestial encounter
Romance the natural muse, the passion deep inside both of us



Love, Come test this spirit of this heart
Drunk in the essence of a galactic rush
Universal in essence upon our love
The journey is here, our dreams have steered us through
In a space ship shaped in hope
Traveling beyond the stars we never knew existed before



My Beauty, The one these dreams call upon
Come out of this light speed society, Embrace me,
Let us accept these flaws as strength, unique, as one



Let us guide each other in the unknown
As we take solace in knowing where we both truly came from


Our destiny will be solved
Into the spirits of our hearts
We are eternal in the essence of love



Love, come test the spirit of this heart
That is all I will ever want from you



Once you know me, Will you accept me for who I am?
Do you believe in unconditional love?



I am dedicated, but do I truly exist in the spirit of love?


This heart says yes,
Waiting for what is next to come


Love, Am I truly the one?


Please come test the spirit of this heart
Faceless beauty, when you finally reveal yourself
I will always prove my love


Even if I know I have you for keeps
I will never give up loving you even more


Love, Are you ready to test the spirit of this heart?

Topic(s) of this poem: dreams, heart, love, passion, romance, spirit

Form: Ballad


Poet's Notes about The Poem

Written on 1/10/16

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Poem Submitted: Monday, January 11, 2016



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