What Are You? - Poem by zackery geddies
Soaking and sullen I came to you
Drenched in your angelic waterfalls.
Heavy were my feet when I walked back home in a reluctant retreat.
Sunset sweeps across the sky.
The wind crystalizing your eyes that do shine.
Hailing from your small town I found you
In a miraculous scram.
Will you ever remember my face?
Or will you forget it like a thought in the past?
Fires embers never burned so hot
Tantalizing me; your smile you flashed.
What's your sign?
Representing the damned or the Devine?
Whatever it'll be won't you come across to me?
Have you ever seen
The heart shaped stones which glory lays?
Upon one I wish to inscribe your name.
Guitar strings strummed along with the words of my pen
I swear to you I'll never write of love for another ever again.
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