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Window Shopper

Poetry By: Love Reaper
Poetry



Have you ever wanted something more than your life?


Submitted:Jul 31, 2009    Reads: 95    Comments: 4    Likes: 2   


Walking along with friends,
Happy,
Joyful,
Nothing can put me down.
Getting high off of life,
Enjoying the freedom,
My have I missed this.
Pass a window,
A scent I'm drawn,
I must go back.
To the window I stop and stare,
The most beautiful thing I've ever seen.
Hope in my life arrives,
Desire dances within my heart,
Love at first sight.
This one so pure,
So true,
How can anybody let it pass them by.
Perfect to the core,
How I yearn for it.
Bring me to my knees,
Tease me,
Make me beg for more,
I know that you are my life savor.
Something I've been praying for,
Begging for,
The voice perceived,
Rings a soft melody in my ears.
The beauty,
Oh the beauty you posses like no other,
This beauty,
With one look,
Can kill cancer.
Here my dreams lay,
Separated by a thin layer of brittle,
Amorphous,
This despised window.
Immediately addicted,
For a sinner I am,
But I continue to long.
I need it,
I need you,
For you shall carry me through the land of paradise.
You are more than just an angel,
But you are no god,
So tell me,
How do you over power me?
I'm no pleader,
But I'll plead for you.
For the future I see,
Is my land of joy,
With crisp air,
And bird tunes,
My felicity.
Suddenly,
My hopes and dreams are torn apart,
Scorched until ashes are nonexistent.
A force pulls me away,
From my,
Window of Eden.
More than dead I am,
More than lost I've become,
How I can taste you,
Feel you,
Smell you,
Love you.
My dream lost into a forever land,
Only for my desire to increase.
How I'd die to be there again,
For that moment,
Over and over,
Of rainbows and butterflies.
How I can't get that moment back,
That piece of heaven was taken and destroyed.
Oh how I lust,
For something I can never have.





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