Shine Horizon

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
This about when i wasn't certain if i loved the man i was with.

Submitted: December 28, 2008

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Light Horizon:
Skipping stones at midnight
Looks like I found you after all
She’s embracing silver moonlight
And waiting for Cinderella to be queen
But he can’t find the right slipper it seems
Yet she forgives, and lets her presence gleam
Creating a light horizon
Even in nights as dark as these
 
He could melt the snow
From snow white
A far off beacon
To my soul
Skipping stones
Across a light horizon
The one you and I
Can’t help but to know
 
She has the tendency to lose herself
As tension mounts
Her desires just need a bridge
Over so much doubt
So reach out---and build
That light horizon
From the sparks our feelings yearn
Heart flesh bolts
Light bricked stones
Grip the flame
Fire proof souls
never do burn
Because only the heart knows how to live
A life
So let us build this bridge of light
 
A cruel joke
In making this chasm
To set two lovers apart
Now breathe through your choke
And set foot onto this light horizon
Casting two questions marks
Into Fusion—one heart


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