I have found something to be true
Something I have been suspecting,
However I try, it is hard to construe –
My fears no longer affect me.
It’s funny, because I cannot reach out
Time is beyond us
We’ve met only once;
Fleeting instances, barely a glance,
Find me, my lover, and let’s take a chance.
My second half – and I am yours
Wherever you are, I am mostly indoors
If you can feel me, give me a sign
A tug on my heart, two hearts will entwine.
I’ve known you before,
We’ve made a pact
To meet in this life and never look back.
Find me, my lover,
I am here by the sea,
Waiting for you
Under the old white oak tree.
This one was published by my university’s student newspaper 🙂 Now you can read it here, or follow the link: http://www.palatinate.org.uk/?p=63474
We could’ve been perfect,
But we weren’t at all –
You lived to party,
While I stayed at home.
And I am Fox Kids.
You talked too much,
When I wanted peace.
You were forgetful
And driving me mad,
Yet charming and funny –
You weren’t that bad.
We’re complete opposites
But at a faraway point,
On the line at infinity
Evelyn wishes to know the exact time and date of meeting with the love of her life. Her heart’s desire takes her millions of light years away from home, when a deadly virus starts spreading across the universe, freezing the hearts that are yet to find true love…
For some reason…which is that, being very busy these days, I forgot to change the release date on Amazon ^_^… “A Heart’s Desire” is now live (on Amazon only) and can be found by clicking the picture above.
The world is so big,
And how will I know
When I find that special
Match for my soul?
Is it your smile
Or the sound of your voice,
Your distinct cheekbones
That’ll leave me no choice?
How will I know
You’re not a mistake –
Are you a vision,
Or am I awake?
If we’ve met before,
You can meet me again,
Gravitate back towards me
And tell me your name.
In your embrace
We’ll exist out of time,
Together forever –
I am yours
And you’re mine.
“I will find you. In the farthest corner, I will find you.”
– Mary E. Pearson, The Kiss of Deception
I’d like to thank absolutely brilliant and inspiring Soraya Bakhbakhi for nominating me for this challenge. She truly is a gifted poet and just a wonderful person 🙂
My nominees for Day One are:
The rules for this challenge are:
1. Each day for three consecutive days post a quote (any quote – you can even come up with your own) and a poem to accompany it.
2. On each day nominate 3 bloggers for the challenge.
3. Don’t forget to thank the blogger who nominated you 🙂
Somewhere, sometime on this planet,
Through mist and the midnight blue sun
At the end of one chapter, effulgent,
Lighting day will return that someone.
Crepuscular shadows are lurching,
Lulled by his adventurous gaze,
In retrospection no longer indulging,
She will greet tomorrow’s embrace.
She moves steadily, clad in new mettle
And engulfed in the splendour of life,
He is there, and together they’re walking
Past delirium and purposeless strife.
There is a death in every morning
And there is light in every night
Tomorrow I’ll forget as always,
Today I see your image bright.
In every hope there is a moment
You lose yourself, consumed by pain,
I live to dream that special omen
Yet to wake up and die again.