Love Poem (2)

Love Poem (2)

A Poem by kayla

With you I feel peace,

warm as a campfire drift.

I see a future bright as a star

shooting across the atmosphere.

Within I feel your steady hand

calming the deadly oceans,

allowing me to feel safe again

as warm currents replace

what used to be a dead sea,

but is now alive and thriving.

You let me feel all the things

that I never got a chance to:

trust, unconditional love, care-

never ending as the sunsets' horizon.

I could be with you forever,

feeling your steady hand calming

my raging seas, ever reminding me

I'm safe and loved under your horizon.

© 2012 kayla


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The poem described a beautiful feeling of hope and love. Love support to make you safe and free of fear to love.
"trust, unconditional love, care-
never ending as the sunsets' horizon."
Thank you for the excellent poem.
Coyote

Posted 8 Years Ago


i loved this ....keep up the good work

Posted 8 Years Ago


Your love is very passionate and on the surface. A treat to read about.

Kindest regards and best of luck,
Savannah

Posted 8 Years Ago


thats really good! outdone yourself there! not a fan of love poetry but this is good! well done!

Posted 8 Years Ago


wow good s**t kayla great work my favorite of yours!!!

Posted 8 Years Ago



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Added on June 30, 2012
Last Updated on June 30, 2012
Tags: love, nature, metaphor, simile, poem, poetry, romance, hopeless, romantic

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kayla
kayla

Los Angeles, CA



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Becoming active on this site again! Originally started my account as teenager, but am a young woman now with hopefully still just as much to say. I write mostly poetry (but occasionally short stori.. more..

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