This Flame Will Always Burn - Poem by Theo Williams
I want you to know
When I look at the lucent moon
At winter passing my window
I think of the stars in your eyes
And how my love for you, limits the sky.
When I look at the wrinkled logs
The fire holding to them tight
Ambers in my heart ignite
Fireworks that pilot the night.
When I look at the beauty
In the world
I think how it leads
Me to you
As if all this existence
Were but just little boats
That sail my love towards you.
When I look at white candles
That has a deep passion for flame
Endows me with your spiritual presence
My heart you forever claim.
That flame never perishes
But will endlessly burn
For the isles you hold out to me
But eons, I will've yearned.
If you do forget me
And leave only your memory
I will stand the land
Against the wind,
That tries to fight the flame
For it will always stay alit
Even against the mightiest rains.
I will never forget the angels face
The hands that handled my soul
A smile that spoke more than words
Eyes that lit up the world.
An aroma with blissful scent
That paints a divine place
The artistry of her lips,
Encourage a warm embrace.
But if you ever feel
That you're destined for me
With saccharine desire,
If a violin sings your words
And kisses my ears,
Within me the fire still burns
Oh my love, oh my own,
I feed off your affection
For your beauty is my appetite,
I will thank the allure in the world
For always leading me to you, my girl.
Nor the wind, nor the storms, nor the rain
Could ever kill this always burning flame.
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