Intervention Divine

by Kaylee   Mar 29, 2006


Walking; clicking;
Stones drifting between the ocean waves.
Splashing the shore with water yet drowning my sorrows.

Speaking; knees weakening;

Remembering our final kiss.
Touch of your lips; heat of your breath on my delicate cheek.

Haunting; smiling;
Image frozen in my mind.
Screaming; calling; Your voice dying in my dreams.

Seagulls talking in their native tongue; mocking me.
Ocean swallowing the spirit you captured.
Lost before your time.

Shining; glistening;
Golden ring sitting in the center of my hand.
Bitter metal reflecting the coldness piercing this torn heart.

River; ocean;
I'll cry until these tears flood
the water systems of the world.
Grand canyon would not be deep enough to hold my hurt.

Missing; listening;
Replaying that tape of memories stored. My thoughts.
Hoping; Needing; desperately praying the gates of Heaven are open.

Breathing; Sleeping;
Yet even still he steals
the curved angel wings from your back.
Ignore him, though, for he will never take your place.

My love rests with you...

but commands me to allow a
new blossom of joy to fill my
waking hours.

And to accept this new angel in my life.

*please ignore the grammar issue. I know I need to edit to fix the semicolons and yes to the person who commented. It is about lsoing somebody not just by death but maybe a breakup and difficulty trusitng someone new*

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  • 11 years ago

    by Jonathan

    Very nice poem... i could feel your fellings through the written word... very good...

  • 11 years ago

    by amber

    I love it you are a talented poet great job i totally understand it great job again

  • 11 years ago

    by Dark Kitten

    This was an interesting piece of work. The structure seemed original to me, and it was very refreshing. I liked the use of single words to show vibrant scenes. It was wonderfully done.

  • 11 years ago

    by Italian Stallion

    Awesome, I loved it. You have this style of writting and using imagery that I like. Keep up the good work.

  • 11 years ago

    by Laura

    You have a beautiful way of expressing yourself. You can take a topic of sadness and turn it into a thing of beauty. 5/5