Zach Stahle

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Today, The Sun Rose... - Poem by Zach Stahle

Today, the sun rose for us alone.

I sat neath the old cherry tree, the soft grass around me was littered in white and pink blossoms as I stared into the horizon and witnessed the creation of a new day. Scarlet rays weaved in and out of the endless golden fields before me. Colors melted into one another, illuminating the distant forest. Wind, so warm and gentle against my back. Hope... Finally, I can feel it. My heart burns so suddenly with such passion that I had long since forgotten, I've never been so happy to be proven wrong. Her bare feet bend the grass she delicately steps on as she approaches me so quietly. I can feel her warm presence, like feeling the sun from both sides at once. We sit together, silent, words aren't necessary at this very moment. She glows so sweetly in the morning light, a single beam catching her woodland eyes. So beautifully they shimmer. My arms, once so tired, wrap around her waist as our eyes meet. The distant sun bathes us in such a surreal bliss as our lips finally collide so softly. I can feel her gentle heartbeat... She can feel mine...

...and we both can feel the heartbeat of our beautiful child...

The sun... It has risen for us alone...

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  • (7/25/2010 10:18:00 PM)

    AWWW that is great its one of my new favorite poems (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Monday, February 1, 2010

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