Unresolved Love

by Heather M Craig   Jan 24, 2006

For if in a moment we were to replace
and thou shall measure beneath my eyes,
to dwell and relish a second of my true essence
to devour what my center interior cries...

You hath viewed my weeping desire,
the world, unknowledgable, of my heart's breath.
The driving serenity of my suppossed corruption,
thou hast became my moral death.

For a spirit painted and dipped in ebony
hath now been dyed in pastel hues.
Once upon a time a nonbeliever (in fear),
I have dejected everything in the face of you.

Heather M Craig.


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  • 15 years ago

    by Catherine

    This poem didn't realy capture my attention too well, and I don't see how it is about love.

  • 15 years ago

    by Lenny

    Its a bit forced in its sense of overpowerment but other wise great. Fantastic language, structure, and vocab use. Welldone.

  • 15 years ago

    by Ann Stareyes

    A beautiful and romantic write... this was beautiful.

    love ya, Ann

  • 15 years ago

    by dora

    0mg 0mg heather!!! ur back! 0mg h0w u been!!!? such a t0uching p0em. u havent l0st ur t0uch at all. beautifully w0rded. heartfelt just amazing. great use 0f w0rds keep up the amazing w0rk!!! =)

    l0ve always d0ra

  • 15 years ago


    Another brilliant master piece! Flawless flow and mesmerizing imagery. I'm loving the last stanza, truly remarkable. Take care and please post more soon~Holly