Earam Dio

My Way To Your Kindom - Poem by Earam Dio

My way to your kindom...,

I took a train ticket to your kingdom
They said it is so dangerous to go to that kingdom
And full of risks and thorns
I did not care for what they said
Went without hesitation
Without fear
I was carring a white rose In my hands that grew up with me since I saw you
The trip has started; inside of me is only eagerness to see you
To confess the love I am hiding for you
I do not care if you repulse me or to make me feel blue
The road was full of victims of men loved you before me
My insistence turned to the stubbornness
A lot of hearts were seen scattered your photo was engraved on them
I met a lot of rivers that have dried up by the thirst of travelers
But I did not care and I kept on my way to the end of the journey
I closed my eyes to see just your image font of me
Suddenly, the train has stopped, the driver escaped and the silence is all what I hear
I found you standing up at the top of the castle, waiting for the coming of the next victim
I climbed the stairs with no fear only love and eagerness
Finally, I am front of you, I looked to your eyes deeply, missed all the words I wanted to say.
You kept silence with a sharp looks
Through this silence that filled of questions
We said at the same time. I was waiting for a much for your coming, my love
Hugged each other eagerly
She asked me why you are late
I replied I was waiting for the day and fate to gather us and we will never apart forever
I would love you forever and would give all of me for you
The we hugged each other while the silence surrounding us

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  • (12/17/2009 12:23:00 AM)

    hmmmm, then you woke up..right? ? ? ? ? ?
    this is wonderful, i really cant say anything...hope this will happen to you ISA :)
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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Poem Edited: Thursday, January 28, 2010

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