William Hawkins


A Loving Tomb


A pretty rose
you wait to grow,
ready to bloom
I look at you

To see a pose
I think i know
a loving boom
our hearts a th-um

My body froze
and now were low
Beneath the moon
You are my tomb

Submitted: Thursday, March 07, 2013

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This poem is about one of my best relationships, and the most romantic and amazing moment of my entire life (so far)
I thought of this poem as i was walking home at night, and i seen a rose... Thinking in the past past at the time... and relaying the present of how our relationship was going, it came to this ^_^

Please feel free to post what your idea of this poem means... but this was the meaning when I wrote it

Stanza 1. A beautiful and pure young lady what she was, and I was waiting for her to 'blossem'.

Stanza 2. Is how mature she's grown and is ready to go further in our relationship... 'a loving boom, our hearts a th-um' is our hearts beating rapidly together

Stanza 3. At this point im freezing because of how nervous I am, and im unable to control myself, so she takes control...
Beneath the moon, we had the most romantic love scene i could possibly dream of ^_^

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