Helen C Capan
The Diamond's Gleam - Poem by Helen C Capan
There must be more than ten thousand words
From which to choose my song
But because of who you are my dear
My song is not real long.
The light, the joy, the times we share,
The heartiness of soul,
Each facets of the diamond’s gleam
From whence you make me whole.
The diamond bright that bore such heat
Became the you today,
And knowing what you have been through
My love will never sway.
Oh, Diamond that has come to me,
So lonely twixt the stars,
Please know for sure the light you share
Inspires those afar.
Igniting blazes within the heart
Afueled by thought alone,
Transcending realms and planes of life
From throne to seeds just sewn.
Oh, Diamond, now you dwell within
The duties of Routine,
Yet know the truth despite the facts:
You live with me in here unseen.
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