Leaking Pen

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I Love You Jane Eyre

I let go of you
My Jane Eyre
For I am blind
In love with you
I'm chained down
To the madness of another
But its your seat
Where my heart dwells
It took two fires
Two bring you back home to me
The first burnt my dwelling
The second the sights within me
You left me for loyalty
And principle guiding your plight
I cried to emptiness
My heart to dryness
Under the tree of solitude
I sat for days on end
The thought of you
Kept me sane in head
But that yearning for your touch
Burning inside of me
My silent voice in the wilderness
Reached your distant path
Then the day of your touch
On your blessed return
With my hand on you face
I cried with joyful joy
Then kissed your holy lips
And my inner sight restored!

Copyright Leaking Pen 2011
September 25 2011

Submitted: Friday, September 07, 2012
Edited: Saturday, July 05, 2014

Topic(s): lost love

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