Bobby Menonn


Still, My Heart - Poem by Bobby Menonn

Many a path ahead stretched
My heart sought the One
That Enticed me with Rich Promise
Rush to her I did
Still, my heart, I calm it
Along roads I'd never traveled
Seeking her that I barely knew
Experiencing the Pain
Of Unfulfilled Mirages
Still, my heart, I calm it
As Another unravels yonder
I trudge to seek
Her Elusive Embrace
Now old and weary am I
Left not a stone unturned did I
To claim as Mine that One
Yet every Single one I met
That came my way
Better than the one before
Opportunity is my name
She'd once Whispered
Before she flitted in easy flight
Still, my heart, I calm it
In vain I give up, when I cant go on
Yet in Peaceful Discovery I realize
The Only thing I sought
Was the Quiet of my Soul
Still, my heart, I calm it
As I now dance in gay abandon
Having found her within me
Still, my old heart, I calm it.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, August 24, 2010



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