Leaking Pen

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I Love You Jane Eyre Poem by Leaking Pen

I let go of you
My Jane Eyre
I am a blind man
In love with you
I am chained down
To the madness of another
But it's your seat
Where my heart sits
It took two fires
Two bring you back home to me
The first burnt my dwelling
The second my vision from within
You left me out of loyalty
And principle guiding your light
I cried my heart to emptiness
And my mind to its dryness.
Under the tree of solitude
I sat for days with no end
The thought of you
Kept me sane in my head
And that yearning for your touch
Burning inside of me
My silent voice in the wilderness
Travelled beyond the limit of Man's past
Begging the present for your touch
And the future for your return.
I prayed for fate to rewind its clock
And place my hope in your heart
I cried with a joyful heaven
And embraced the holy day
That returned you back to me
And restored my vision
When I placed my hand on your face.

Copyright Leaking Pen 2011
September 25 2011
Rev Nov 14 2014

Submitted: Friday, September 7, 2012
Edited: Friday, November 14, 2014

Topic of this poem: lost love

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