Saturday, April 9, 2011


Rating: 4.0
Slowly the sun sinks, as does my heart
When twilight beckons.
My light expired when you left my gaze.
I grope in the dark for a kindle
In this cave they call the world
But only you illuminate heaven's stars.
The dawn breaks, as does my heart,
I look for your lips but can only kiss a shadow
Thrown across the ember of your eyes
While white dove disappears into weeping skies
That the world calls rain.
The clock stops, as does my heart
Because love doesn't walk, it flies
I died when our lips did part
Despite the mask of life's disguise.
Ah chance i see like vapour rise
As my hands bleed to hang on.
Your beauty's written across the skies
I blink and then your gone.
Yet love's eternal spring
Will take away the sting
Until we sing- together.
Kevin East
Sandhya Suri 09 April 2011
Kevin, this is such a well written poem. The flow and the imagery makes it so vivid.
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