Shianne Mariah

Lovely Dimensions - Poem by Shianne Mariah

He sat at the desk right next to me
And I sighed as I wondered how this could be
That a person so judged could love me
The crystals of my eyes sang a melody
With every unstoppable dropp cried in ecstasy
Is it true that this person might possibly
Love me because I am only me

Its true its true my heart cried with a shout
I never should have looked anywhere for a doubt
The dimensions in his eyes let me be freed from my disguise
The love in his heart makes my soul come apart
We have won an unbeatable game
An unstoppable play of the brain
A thing that makes many people insane

With a wit in my eye
And a warmth in my heart
Tell me how could anything drive us apart
With a painted on grin
And a sinister thought
I’m am glad that I have caught
The uncatchable fish
May the rest our days be happy with bliss

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, November 7, 2007

Poem Edited: Saturday, April 23, 2011

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