About the Poem
I met this guy on the internet. Throughout my life everyone has said that you can't fall in love with someone you have never met... Well, I did call myself crazy too; but I am head-over-heals and rolled-over twice. Please take time to read my poem and feel free to write to me via email.
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A single red rose stands alone.
It's the color of winter in a
She screams her silence,
a feeling of helplessness.
She is beautiful.
You say I am beautiful, but I know I don't
We marinate in the smell of a rain
that has not yet come,
And snow has finally begun to fall
to cover up the damage this eternal
year has done.
I am commenting on the weather
but, from the corner of my eye
am falling in love with you.
You smile at me, and the sincerity
of it all courses through my
veins like a powerful drug;
And we've been here for hours...
Or has it been days?
the stars call your name;
they are silenced ~
By the sound of your lips
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