Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Poetry From Me - Use Your Heart Wisely

Sorry I have been so busy I have not even posted my winners. I will today I think. I have been preparing a list.

However here is some poetry I wrote this morning. Hope you like it.

Use Your Heart Wisely

Working even though you must
Among the vixens, devils and the dust
Come at dawn I mere not say, but however
You are there till no sun is left in the day.

My soul forever is gone to you,
To no other man can it ever be,
A feeling deep within the depths of trust
I know you have given way to me.

When you are near me, sleeping in darkness,
I know your dreams must be of light,
Beauty and love sucumb to your wishes,
Because you tempt me with all your might.

Within my heart, flesh and mind,
I find myself cherishing day and time,
For with you spent is my whole life,
Feeling fortune made me your wife.

How can I relieve your woes,
The working everlasting stress,
The one which makes your heart weak and pain,
How can I make your youth regained.

My sweet, my sweet, I say to you,
To work with ferverence and your heart must be true,
For safe you keep us in your hold,
And true your devotion to love you behold.

How sweet my memory of each time you are near,
I worry my heart would not be able to bear,
Lost to me if you would be,
I can not bear it, I can not bear the thought my sweet.

Your finger types though weary and flat,
Keep your words carefully you must,
Though I feel your want of caring
I worry for your heart is tiring.

Please love tis due time for you to find peace.
Do not give in to the thiefs.
The ones who take your life and soul,
Those minds who would wish your demise.

Be safe my love, be careful, take care,
You know they covet your brilliant thoughts.
To take your work and oh so swiftly they would,
and leave you behind like a carcass they will.

Be wary with life's precious breath
Surely to invest it wisely, my love, my hope,
Because life is oh so short and so sweet
and soon comes death,
Risk your life, do not my dove.
Take care my love, take care.

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