josh_hayeslip

Where is she? Is she you?

As winter comes and green grass fades away, so my aching heart longs for your soft lips to gracefully land on mine one day.

I remember the first time I saw you, your eyes so mysterious, sparkling like the stars in the night sky, where have you been all my life, my love? I ask this question, Why? 

Why so long? Why now? Is this even true? Is this really real?

I think I have found her, my someone anew, a love so deep so wide, as vast as the ocean blue, does she even feel the same? 

I have no clue...

Love, so wild, so unmistakably true, marking a stamp on the time line of my life, could this monumental once in a lifetime stamp, could it possibly be you?

Patience is a virtue, step by step, making moves only when you, my love, choose.

The mind, my mind, its a battlefield, not with my strength but only with my wit, could I achieve the almost impossible task of winning the heart of something so beautiful, so lovely, so sure, so true. 

The smile of a newborn, the beauty of a goddess, you're something I do not deserve, not the slightest.

I will not stop here because I've made it pretty clear, us? 

Its in your hands my dear...

Comments2

  • Christina8

    Awesome write! Welcome to MPS. Can't wait to read more of your poems!

  • HChristian74

    Very honest and heartfelt. The meter flows so eloquently and it is a pleasure to read words that aren't forced, but that flow from the heart, and speak to the soul at the same time. Beautifully written! I look forward to your future works of art.
    ~HC

    • josh_hayeslip

      Hey! Thank you very much that means a lot to me considering I did not even think I was very good at poetry! Very encouraging!

      • HChristian74

        Please keep writing and maybe we could work on a fusion poem sometime. I think the key is to just keep writing. When I was 19, I could have never imagined having the insight you show in your writing. You are a promising writer and I look forward to your future offerings.

        ~HC

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