Love Is Such - Poem by Sebastian Mari
If words were roses
and sonnets the reddest of them all.
My heart be a garden
and my mind its invisible wall.
If words were so easy
And rhymes, judgement of my soul.
I seek first the kingdom of God
And my mind opens, like stories being told.
Love is such, my sweet lady
that my heart be a carpet of those crimson flowers.
So deep is such the thought of you;
I can’t stop its purpose, come the years, the days – the hours
Love is never more a friend than its enemy,
its in a future that will have no past.
Love is such, the most honorable entity
this within me, the longest shadow I cast.
Love is roses embedded in our hearts
growing in the different colours we choose.
And like a walk through a magical garden –
You are with me and I with you.
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