My Keeper

My Keeper

A Poem by Vincent Cuccolo

A full house faraway

Slowly taking shape

 

Drink in these azure eyes that welcome

 

Hands that prompt to let go

Wings as white as snow

 

Clutch now onto your cure

 

Through love your demons have bled

So find a feather bed

 

And claim your perch among the sky

 

Take on a red heart’s glow

Be my keeper so I’ll always know

 

You’re just a shining star away

 

2013 Vincent Cuccolo

 

© 2013 Vincent Cuccolo


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Added on June 19, 2013
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Vincent Cuccolo
Vincent Cuccolo

Maplewood, NJ



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I was born on August 18th, 1990. I live in the US at Maplewood, NJ. Writing wasn't always my forte; I initially wanted to pursue drawing as a career. It wasn't until 2005 did I step my feet within the.. more..

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