VirgoA Poem by Cole Hayley
A love story
I first saw your emerald eyes in the middle of an eclipse
The sun bled over the dusk and dripped on your skin,
Falling align with everything I ever considered to be perfect.
Entranced with visual stimulants and heavy convulsions,
We should have stopped and talked about the end of the world.
Your hair swept through the bashful skyline,
Embarrassed from the over bearing disappointment of loveless people,
All of them overly demanding and all of then so fickle.
My unconscious self is saturated by viral indulgence,
Compassion has been soaked through mitosis
Easily replicated into carbon copies
And easily distributed through gritty haze.
But you're different.
For some reason I don't feel so afraid when I'm around you
Even when your emerald eyes trickle into a shade of blue
I still invest my immense faith into your piercing aurora.
I know that we are all going to die soon
The sky is falling and the planet is fading in transcendence.
But at least now I found somebody to die with.
© 2012 Cole Hayley
Shelved in 1 LibraryAdded on July 18, 2012
Last Updated on July 18, 2012
Tags: Virgo Love Poem Poetry
Elliston, Newfoundland, Canada
AboutI'm 18 years old and currently studying psychology and english at Memorial University of Newfoundland. I've been writing frequently for about 5 years, but only lately have been preparing p.. more..
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