Luke Timms

Rookie (20th november 1989 / Ipswich, England)

Rouges Heart In Bloodied Hand (Veronicas Poem) - Poem by Luke Timms

Feel these words fall from my lips
Touch your heart to its tips
Let this poem slip past your bind
Create a clear path to your mind
Let it seep like a melody to your veins
Feel it leak and sabotage your pain
See the change in all things light
The change during the loneliest night
The change for the endings better
Like reading the hope in a widows dead letter
Let us see no walls or the distant sea
Let it be your hearts very key
A shimmering beacon of beauty
Whose mind is rarely set free
But at least your trophy is not so bland
Rouges heart in your bloodied hand
If you became my reflection staring back at me
I’d become the most narcissist one you’ll see

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Poem Submitted: Friday, October 7, 2011

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