Guinevere Eveleigh

We Meet Again In Heaven - Poem by Guinevere Eveleigh

We will meet in heaven
When I have slipped away
We will embrace
At the golden gates
When the angel of death
Has come for me
The sun burns on
No frost clings on
You're like a candle
You warm me
To the marrow
Of my bones
I feel like
My life
Has lighted up
Like car lights
Down the hallow road
Sun beams like crystals
In your eyes
They melt and ooze
Like chocolate
In the summer sun
I will never let go
My arms like roots
They sprout into you
And I feel your hands
On my electrified body
Holding my heart
Squeezing it gently
To reassure it
Like a baby
I hear applause
The heavens have scurried together
Like ants
To food
They cry tears
So crystal clear
They are so moved
By our reunion
We are bound together
By death
By heaven

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, August 11, 2012

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