A Delicate String of Pearl


I walked away with a million words unsaid
A fire within me, of betrayal, of fear, of loss
Your every want drawing me back into you
And I dance to your effortless tune

You looked at me with a thousand splendid suns
Your eyes of hope, trust, and knowledge
My every need tugging a string of your heart
And you sing our song in the valleys of our past

You lead me on like the sun drawing the earth
I oblige, as I defer from my judgement
Intuition calling me on, as you attend to me
And I antagonise my world for you.

For all the Christmases past, you say
I’m the best gift you’ve never received
You carve those words up onto my heart
And I listen intently and believe faithfully.

You are the Hot Cocoa of my late Sunday Morning
I burn myself as I strive to get drunk on you
The scars you leave me with ache for days
And I refuse to heal

You’re my sunshine, my only sunshine
The fireworks on a moonless night sky
You bask in my reflecting glory
And I let you in, a fantasy.

For when the days are cold, and the nights terrifying
I sing you to sleep, as you hug me
Your touch soothing me, healing me
And you love me.

Since it’s Valentine’s Week and all that jazz, I thought I should do something for the hitherto unattended blog.
Here’s the deal: I shall post a poem-Original, or otherwise everyday till the next Saturday.

Today’s is an original.
Let me know what you think!
Read, Review, Share. 😀
Twitter: @Wallflowerblack
Email: theblackwallflower@gmail.com


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