A Mind Infinite

Infinity: The Views of a Dreamer

Stockholm Syndrome

My love, my love

My beautiful and sweet devout flower,

my dear, my dear — nothing could separate us

Fire and snow,

the greatest valley or mountain range

Could not hold us apart,

do not fear, for I will always be here

A gentle little invisible sphere in your heart,

as our bodies crumble to dust, you need not  fear

For always, for ever more,

I shall remain here

Never walk alone,

for there I am for ever more

If you fall apart,

I would mend you with a piece of my heart,

a piece just for you, a piece to make you whole

Embrace me my love,

come out of the shadow and into the light

Stay out of sight of the dim light reflecting from the window,

for you are the only beauty I wish to envision,

To share it with others, is not a mere position,

of which I will bend

My love, my love

Oh, why do you cry in the night?

You scream and you shout, that I won’t let you out,

you shriek and you pour

Can you not realize we were meant to be together, as one and forever?

I cry out to you, do you see what you make me do?

Chained together, now and forever,

if we starve, at the very least, we will be together

Now and forever, together forever
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This entry was posted on March 20, 2014 by in Poetry and tagged , , , , .

Aaron

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