AlinaVanderson

"A commission I thought I'd share with you"

If you like it please leave a comment, it absolutely makes my day to hear from you guys. :)

 

 

Do the stars even shine when you’re not here

I wouldn’t know my love I only look down

The thought of not having you fills me with fear

My king, my queen, wears a crown

The jewels on your head they shine like the stars

I peak at them every night

I call my lovers name from afar

I melt as you hold me so tight

You are the sun and the rocks in my galaxy

The thief in the sting of the moon

somebody call the cops, call the calvary

My lover you left me so soon

Have you no mercy for my hopeless heart

You take what you want and I give

When you smile it tears me apart

You are the reason I live

 

  • Author: AlinaVanderson (Offline Offline)
  • Published: January 22nd, 2019 22:39
  • Comment from author about the poem: please don't copy but comments make my day this was originally a commission for someone but I really liked it so I thought I'd post it here too.
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  • psychofemale

    lovely poem 🙂

  • kevin browne

    You may think you have a hopeless heart, but you don't. I'll tell you why. Your anxiety is perplexing your thoughts which in your expression-able poem reveals a side of you which may contain a bowl full of saddened emotions. Regardless of any conditions a human endures there behind the cobwebs covering your heart have failed to be cleaned for a while. Unmask yourself in the reality of yourself belief. A belief is a belief so hold onto to what the beauty of your own body contains. Even though I don;t know you I still believe you are worthy of life as indeed everyone is. Clear your clouds of confusion to reveal a landscape of thought which is intrinsically beautiful that you may even declare yourself a God. Stay strong mother sister of your own heart.

    • psychofemale

      thank you for the kind words 🙂

      • kevin browne

        Always welcome. my friend.



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