PLEASE COME HOME

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Have you ever love trully, deeply, madly and blindly? Enough to want to stop living without that love? enough to want nothing but that love? if so, then this is for you.

Submitted: May 03, 2007

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I float like feathered light

Across dream's shady rivers

I glide like winged breeze

Across illusioned mountains

My heart hears your call

My ear heeds your draw

My soul runs towards you

Even as my body yearns for you

Asleep in your arms

I trace your curves

Rising with hills Falling with valleys

Dreading wakefulness

Which comes with sad reality

I rise with dawn

Sunny rays baring truth

The empty pillow,

The cold hollow,

Where your warm body Should lie

Sleepy finger frails in search

Sliding blindly across the moment

Dusty tables stand,

Empty puts hang,

Upon racks that brims

With lack

Try but cant stop

Gentle tears falling forth

Try but cant fill

Emptiness that lie still,

Awaiting your gentile spirit

My breakfast is cold,

The bread meal old,

My clothes are ragged,

The curtains have sagged

Listen not too carefully

You'd hear all too clearly

Drips of broken pipes,

Creaks of cracked tiles

Yes, I've falling to bits,

Lost to the lose of you.

All I do is listen

For your footsteps

Across my threshold.

Hopeless my friends say,

Needless my families say.

They don't know you,

They don't know us.

Yesterday my sack came,

Worded tersely but clear .

You don't do your work no more

We can't keep you no more

I am happily sad

Idleness is only a blessing,

My wait for made complete,

Please come back home.


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