Gerry Legister

Gold Star - 5,641 Points (21/01/66 / Silver Spring, Westmorland, Jamaica)

Your Secret Heart - Poem by Gerry Legister

Your secret heart is a rainbow with many colors,
Filled with purpose and pureness of love,
The visible emblem spreads out after early showers,
Reflections passing through earth and clouds above.

many radiant colors dropping through the air,
The vows we know arranged in a perfect bow,
I see your smile theatrical in visions we share,
Like a hidden star your beautiful heart will glow.

Illustrious reflection by day, dreams of the night,
The language of love and mirth is a secret star,
Secret emotions softly thronging the heart,
Even those lay dying take pride from who you are.

Flash continuously like a bell before our eyes,
You speak of good stretching morals endlessly,
A bridge never too far from a warm days ease,
In rage quench the woeful heart lapping misery.

It too can turn to fear if you tear the chain,
Transporting veins run silently to the deep,
Your heart keep secrets drooping with pain,
From fathom abyss rise up to the highest peak.

Tempting fate beneath the soul the curfew appear,
Your beautiful heart becomes more than skin deep,
A special silhouette you can trace anywhere,
Captivating enchantment hidden deep.

Smothering dreams share the decorum of bliss,
Your secret heart is filled with curable passion,
I am swept off my feet at the touch of your lips,
Drunk and floundering I hold you in my dream.

Topic(s) of this poem: secrets

Form: Ballad

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, March 31, 2015

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