Thursday, June 21, 2007

The Mutual Gravity of Two Hearts

Wrote this for a friend.

The mutual gravity of two hearts,
pulls in a weighted longing,
Undeniably rendered useless,
the minds logical reckoning.
Hearken to the aim of my intentions,
from so far a subtle voice is deafening,
Her open hands sway from afar,
my view shifts, my eye’s kite tethering.
Befallen upon my cold stone soul,
an angel’s breath doth weathering,
Away with a blackened crows pebble,
an impassioned will to love comes surging.
From the promontory of the bedrock black,
was ripped with intentional relishing,
My soul, my heart forth and back,
that it will never again be denying.

5 comments:

Julie said...

Probably one of the best things I've read in a long time. Cheers to you. :) *tips her guiness glass*

Julie said...

Probably one of the best things I've read in a long time. *tips her glass* Cheers!

Anonymous said...

just I found the blog accidentally, for curiosity, and read the mutual gravity of two hearts, and is beautiful

~Jennifer Ann~ said...

beautiful.

~Jennifer Ann~ said...

beautiful