One wish, if I had it, I would give it to you
Two sides of a love, one false, one is true
Three hearts captured, one belonging to me
Four eyes point together, two remain free
Five years since I glimpsed my future arrive
Six senses erect toward that which I strive
Seven deaths to enrich the idea of heaven
Eight breaks to decide hope will not leaven
Nine countries to discover for one that I pine
Ten fingers entangled and all of them mine
Eleven ticks of a hand to remind me of seven
Twelve and a clock stops...
Here I find you, in heaven.
I have given this poem a lot of thought, it is very well rounded and one could make a whole story from these few lines, expand on it and maybe even write a short story based on what you have given the reader.
I love how you ended it, kind of like a fairy tale:) I love good endings!