Peya Jakob


To You(I Think...) - Poem by Peya Jakob

I called out to you,
my voice rising above my thudding heart,
crushing like waves on enchanted emotional sea's.
I thought you heard.
I reached out to you,
letting the rest of the world go,
giving up my dreams,
falling apart to hold you together,
crying your tears through my eyes,
sheilding you from my pain and yours,
becoming the sky of blue and black, where it had been gray.
A sun for your noon,
and the morning star of your dawn.
I thought you saw.
I touched you,
moving over your light skin with feelings and hands,
you clasped my lips with yours,
passion soaring like fire breathing dragons,
wrapping yourself around me,
yours screams and mine an ochestra of emotion,
soft and unending,
giving,
sacrificing, denying nothing,
i thought you felt.
You left me so many times,
i thought you knew,
i have forgotten how to stay.


Comments about To You(I Think...) by Peya Jakob

  • (9/30/2009 1:38:00 AM)

    God Peya, what can I say? This poem is sooooo amazing with its picturesque imagery. It blows me away somewhere else to your voice as it rises as does the sea, the story unfolding like a staircase down from the stars. The colors, the touch, the sounds with screams and orchestra all add to its intensity. So very well done my dear Peya.....10+++++++love Karin (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Monday, September 21, 2009



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