Elizabeth Dawn

Rookie - 0 Points (June 29,1993 / Palmdale CA)

Picture Of You - Poem by Elizabeth Dawn

Let me paint a picture for you, with silver and white, purple and blue, green and yellow. Ruins of an old church made of stone, benches strewed on the floor; a Stained glass window still shining in the sun, a column just barely holding a part of the roof up.

Snow starts to fall through the half of the roof that is gone. The flakes fall slowly and peacefully to the ground and into the pound of clear pure rain water; Kissing each white and yellow lily surrounding the pound. You step ever so gently from the doors to the pound.

Flakes of snow fall gently to caress your skin. The one person that you love and always will is standing waiting for you to take his hand. You reach out and slide your hand gently into his. He leads you to the pound and stops just in front of it, he gently kisses your hand and knees down on one knee. His voice rings with the velvet beauty as he asks you to spend the rest of your life with him.

He reaches down into the water and lifts a delicate ring out. It has a diamond in the shape of a heart that wrapes its self into a perfect circle. He gently slides it onto your ring finger. Then looks up at you with his beautiful hazel brown eyes burning with love and kindness, your eyes start to water and you whisper ever so softly. If it’s truly forever… A smile brakes across his angelic face, and he stands and wrap’s you in his arm spinning you around saying forever won’t be long enough.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Poem Edited: Thursday, January 12, 2012

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