Truest Love

by silvershoes   Jun 30, 2007

Fading into dawn, I never promised to forget you
So when the wheels turn, you will find my love true
In my arms, you die by the lake and softly fade away
Never coming home, skin touching in the coldest way

One final kiss and then the time of forever will come
One last embrace and you are gone, leaking dark plum
Screaming from my lungs, air escaping an ending breath
Killed by your silence, marching through my own death

I never lied about loving you in the course of anything
No barrier can drown me, whatever my fate may bring
I will be standing in the midst of battle, head held high
Thoughts of you arm my soul; shielded, I cannot die

Inside dreams, to the end of the world you live in me
Trudging through darkness, grasping your falling debris
You are here and nothing can destroy my sentiment
Still beating--still strong when all of time is spent

No matter the distance, the impossibility of it all
I will find and I will answer whenever you may call
The heavens hold eternal your beauty within their stars
For without ending, there is no true love like ours


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  • 10 years ago

    by Rasheed Khokhar

    Very Very Nice.... 5/5 With Reality of heart feeling....:)

  • 11 years ago

    by Emma

    Loveeedd it nice job. it had alot of emotion in it which i liked
    5/5 yay!
    <3 emma

  • 11 years ago

    by Michael D Nalley

    Wow I did not realize what is was missing this poem is truly beautiful band whatever else I could say to do it justice

  • 11 years ago

    by Karl Wild GG23

    "No matter the distance, the impossibility of it all,I will find and I will answer whenever you may call" Thats a lie and you know it, I got the machine twice, so much for forever Jane. Excellent job once again Especially the last stanza - Amazing 5/5 GG69

  • 11 years ago

    by Ian Vincent

    I really enjoyed your poem I especially like the and shield part you said! fantastic~i hope to write like that one day! thank you for your lovely work.

    Cheers Ian