tushawn white

Rookie (04-22-1985 / Boston, MA)

There Is A Passion More - Poem by tushawn white

There is nothing more I would do
To touch a hand
Of a angel shy as the sky
But beautiful as the sun
With the element of the wind
Cooling down my thoughts
As she smiles with a simple pause

There is nothing more I would do
For a minute eyes
Speaking about laugh and joy
Like to singing birds
Talking about a melody
Similar to the Symphony Orchestra
But with a smooth jazz tune
Smacking the ears with do, re, mi
After the la, te, do made me say oh

There is nothing more I would do
When I look into her eyes
As the glare of the grey
Don’t make me feel grey
From the inside out
Like a book cover with no title
It hard to read
With no words see
Because the prefix is me
Writing each word as we speak
Never thinking of the possibly
That this sound good to be

There is nothing more I would do
To let this lady know
That a friendship is a honor
Held by the most noble solders
With strength like iron
But a heart as soft as snow
Because the soul can never grow old
When a friend like her slows the growth
Every minute the feeling is mind
At the finger tips to hold
Just as the moment becomes true
I thank God everyday
For Truly Knowing You; Enchante


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, September 30, 2007

Poem Edited: Tuesday, April 12, 2011


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