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.
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