Tree Elise


Unknown Love - Poem by Tree Elise

When darkness is what I see from the closet of my lids
Is when I see him most vividly

I listen as it pounds loudly from the depths of my ribs
Performing eloquent rhymes of love exquisitely

Its not until the sun goes down that he illuminates my thoughts with creations of wonder
Yet, "Where for art thou? ' I ask, being my ultimate blunder

Accelerate time to promptly rescue my brittle heart
From pain and neglect that only keeps us apart

In my mind I cannot help but dwell
The way you steal my inhalation before it is expelled

Instills your existence is not my imagination
It's the mystery of your identity that fills me with indignation

For it is known that you're unknown exists
Complementing qualifying features of my lists

Life lives on but when will order find chronology?
Patience is a virtue, it's always been my philosophy


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, April 10, 2012



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