Caitlin Cook

Love In Death - Poem by Caitlin Cook

When the ocean swallows me whole;
Others can’t comprehend the love we have known.
I’ll love you more than life can give.
Cupids will envy, angels will ebb.
When our bones try to find us an eternal haven,
Neither Satin, nor God will assign us a station.
Not Lucifer or Immanuel will give our spirits firm ground!
Exile cannot penetrate our love, it stays sound.
We will create a realm of our own;
An Eden, a bungalow, a new universe; our home
Whilst we’re separated in this world an eternity is to come!
My beloved: You mirror my obsession; we can live forever as one.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, June 7, 2005

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