Brett White

Veteran Poet - 1,242 Points (12-04-1983 / Fort Smith, AR)

Stars Fall For Eternity. - Poem by Brett White

Stars fall once and for all Eternity,
A Seagull's Tear-drop, upon the Blue Sea.
And you and I dance to a timeless Beat,
Whether Rain or Shine, or in Infinite Heat.
Only in Lost Causes, do I desperately Believe
Light shall Breed, and God's Grace shall conceive
Faith amidst a withering Flower; Divine Power
Raining upon thy Soul in thine Darkest Hour.
And White is more than the Absence of Light,
It is innocence so Pure, and taking Flight -
A child's smile yet to have known any Pain,
The Loveliest Rainbow kissing the Darkest Rain.
My memories kiss you, when Hope is Lost,
Stoic and true, a battered Ship though he's tossed,
Refusing to Break in a violent wake.
And my Love, though Given, thou had to take -
And bury inside, deeper than a dream,
That leaves you awake, whispering 'Carpe diem, '
Because memories though gone, never cease,
Comforting thy Soul, putting thee at ease.
Bringing thee God's Grace despite any Storm,
And thy Heart to my Love, thou shall conform.

Topic(s) of this poem: god, love and dreams, nature

Form: Iambic Pentameter


Poet's Notes about The Poem

A story about lost love and the dreams which follow.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, January 22, 2016

Poem Edited: Friday, January 22, 2016


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