Leaking Pen

(Wellington, New Zealand)

Make Me Believe


Love does exist
May buds spring's telepathic hope
April eyes focus the telescope

Make me believe
You love me: let me be
The Butterfly spreading each wing
Heartbeats of tender spring

Make me believe
In belief itself
What a relief
To free the fig leaf

Make me believe
Love answered letters
Embrace my message
My dreams presage

Make me believe
In belief itself
What a relief
To shed the golden leaf

Make me believe
In New Years Eve
A Kiss from your lips
Happy New Year scripts

Make me believe
In champagne and caviar
Uncork happiness
Summer in Christmas

Make me believe
I am that fine wine
The first taste makes you utterly wander
Conquer me with one possessive encore

Make me believe
I can find one last verse
To free the universe
You're my one true verse!

May 26,2013
-Copyright Leaking Pen 2013-

Submitted: Tuesday, June 11, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, June 11, 2013
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