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the amalgamation of life

I might seem cold and beyond your 
Far from your love
Distant and aloof
Guarded by walls
To strong to shatter
Stubborn and contained
No deeper you may go, no further 
can you prevail

A sinister shadow
My mind paints
Of love, and sweet nothings
All irrational, all fake
The wall remains
Permitting no breach
Not even a crack, no rift will it 

But beyond the darkness
Beyond the unwilling guide
You seem to have lit a spark
Immaculate a warmth, subtle,a fire
Gently you urge, lovingly, towards 
the light
That’s breaking these walls
Making me fear, less, love’s sight 

With time, I can see
A change in the winds
Stony winters depart
Loving spring, you bring, to help me 
A warmness, to cherish, as it thaws 
all my fears
Frees my inhibitions
Drowns out my every tear

Every other, a trial, so bitter and 
Building hatred and resentment
Bringing heart wrenching sobs and 
gut wrenching screams
Your love, however, like silk, 
delicately she plays
Adoring, never ceasing, not passive, 
nor grave  
No fretting, agonizing, deeply 
rooted, so chaste
No fear of disappearance,
Like the glamorous crystals of rain. 

Each morning, I wake
To feel your love so great,
To mingle and meddle
And hold your embrace
To tease, and love, to forgive and 
Of jealously and protectiveness
Of comfort, day and night and all 
that’s within.

Tête-à-têtes, aplenty.Sweet 
nothings, galore
Imploring and yearning, the 
distance to explode
Bashfully timid, those kisses that 
Soft whispers, fond gazing, with 
butterflies and curling toes  
Of sweethearts, darling dearests,   
Of endearments, and flowers     
A love so ardent, so sanely insane.

Meaningful, not empty, your words 
will remain
For love, that you give
Romantic, yes, but not plain
Each moment with you, my love it 
shall grow
For seconds and minutes, I calculate 
no more
Complete and new, not hollow and 
My dearest I shall love you, not 
leave you forever more  

Steady, firm, not cowardly, this love 
was born
Intense, she blossoms, intent, never 
For life, it seems, to have found my 
To live and be with
To marry and grow old
So know this my dearest
My love shall remain
With endless mingling, our souls, 
forever infinitely. Beyond all. Shall 

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  1. Date: 1/13/2012 4:16:00 AM
    Romantic and beautiful poem Amanda. - oxox love Anne-Lise