James Darwin Smith II

Gold Star - 6,152 Points (10/6/74 / San Diego, CA)

Upon This Heart's Beating - Poem by James Darwin Smith II





Upon this heart’s beating
Murmurs of a future’s progress
Unknown legacy’s quest
All in the name of love


Will you remember me?
When all is said and done
Sun soaking the days
Till night of tears burrow on


Too much silence at the moment
This voice it needs to roam
Against this self-tribulation
Of a fearful event of a wordy self-indiscretion


For the future legacy of this heart
This soul must be strong
Battling onto a higher level
Amongst this heart’s beating prolonged


All healthy feelings within
The fear of the past gone
Commandeering this heart where it belongs
Where these thoughts of love turns abundantly clairvoyant


Even alone dreams exist
Persistent with patience I can resist
Only to find the true woman of these dreams
One to take me beyond any love I have ever seized


Biding time to elope
In a Nomadic essence of self
To feel comfortable within
For the good of my own mental well being


Who knows what will come


Things happen when they are least expected
Celebrating in the joy of love’s greater unknown


Upon this heart’s beating
An epiphany arrives
Structuring self of a future blessing
All in the graces of an unexpected love


Even now perhaps subliminally
I have already found what I am looking for


What does that mean?
That is only for me to know


This heart flies higher than ever before
In the unknown I will find what I will I am truly looking for


More love than I have ever felt before


Only at this very time
All I am is a dreamer of metaphors


An Enigma to be solved
By the unconditional intent of love’s arrival


Catch me; truly figure me out my love
Climb aboard this heart and get ready to soar


Your own heart is the engine to make this love grow



Upon our hearts beating
We are one in the essence of love, perhaps forevermore?

Topic(s) of this poem: love


Poet's Notes about The Poem

Written on 8/30/15

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, August 30, 2015



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