With Love, We'll Fly

March 22, 2009
By brooke.is.gone. SILVER, Scottsville, Kentucky
brooke.is.gone. SILVER, Scottsville, Kentucky
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Never Has My Love Built So Much,
My Body, Calm to Your Touch.
If I Could, I’d Let Myself Melt;
Melt Into You, Till Nothing Else is Left.
With You, I Can Bare All Silence,
For I’ve Met My Internal Balance.
Pull Me Into The Barrier of Your Arms;
All Your Love Radiates Through and Warms.
You Possess the Wings I Wish to Spread,
To Forget the Past I’ve Now Fled.
Only Can I Fly With the Clasp of Your Hand,
For Without, My Feet are Locked Here to Stand.
So Hold Me Close and We’ll Start.
As I Dance to the Rhythm of Your Heart.


The author's comments:
Some people are just meant to be there and will always give you that you truly need to survive through each day and finally find your wings to fly.

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EdytD SILVER said...
on May. 17 2009 at 1:14 am
EdytD SILVER, Livingston, New Jersey
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I liked it! It was an unusual twist to the cliched love subject that many teens write about. I especially loved the last line. Great job! :D



I'd love if you took a look at my poetry; thanks!

on May. 6 2009 at 10:42 pm
thedaydreamer13 BRONZE, Delta, Ohio
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this is a lovely poem!! you wrote it very well brooke!! now i need to ur other writings!! :)


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