Rex mayor Ubini

Veteran Poet - 1,414 Points (March 8th,1984.)

With The Fair Wings Of My Heart - Poem by Rex mayor Ubini

You say you hate me
You wish yesterday ate me
In her belly of blank memory
With lost of tales of glory.
You forbid to drink
With the same cup I drank
As if your lungs will shrink
As the water fills your tank.

My friend, my friend,
You may chose to be a fiend
But I stand watching over you
Till the sky loses its sight
Because I owe to cover you
With the fair wings of my heart.

You say you hate me
You won’t eat with the spoon I ate
You say you hate me
Would you suicide on my birth date?
I know the ant crawling inside you
It bites you when ever I pass you
Don’t let the vampire suck your blood
Until it leaves you screaming God!

My friend, my friend,
You may chose to be a fiend
But I stand watching over you
Till the sky loses its sight
Because I owe to cover you
With the fair wings of my heart.

If am just a wind could you ever understand?
What if am just a breeze could you ever stop my hand
From caressing you with the cool air of peace?
If am so disgusting why do you still walk
On the same ground with my feet?
If am so disgusting why do you still breathe
From the same air with my nostril?

Someday in future either you or I
May go blind and one would need the other’s eyes
Someday in future either you or I
May go deaf and one would need the other’s ears
Your heart may be as hard as stone
But you can’t live here all alone

My friend my friend
You may chose to be a fiend
But I stand watching over you
Till the sky loses its sight
Because I owe to cover you
With the fair wings of my heart.

Topic(s) of this poem: friendship, love


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, October 28, 2015



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