James Casey

Will She

Will She

In an isolated corner of a smoky room
Silent, eyes wide, hiding in gloom

Trying to recover from a now distant lover
Quietly watching and waiting to discover

Answers to questions as yet unveiled
Of love and passion, the holy grail

An anonymous offer of friendship, not more
From the heart of an orchid, finding rapore

Owl eyes blink at being disturbed
Tired of adjectives, ready to verb

22 reasons to not pluck this flower
But enticed and excited by promises of power

Passion blinded, heart opened to pleasure
Deep seeking sword explores hidden treasure

Loosening gently that frozen by rust
Hyperlink bonds, a union in trust

An opening door so easy to miss
Blasted wide by intention
Of that telling first kiss

Finally she's here lets hope it's for you
She's come her alone can she love me forever,
I haven't a clue

Jim 1988

Poem Submitted: Sunday, December 26, 2010
Poem Edited: Wednesday, April 6, 2011

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