Jade Blaydes

Rookie - 11 Points (Jan 9,1997 / Butte Falls, OR)

The Wind


As a butterfly glides upon the wind
My heart flies into your arms
And no matter the ache that it has suffered
It knows where it belongs
Through the rain and with the weather
It changes to please its fair companion
Having yet to stop to understand a love, so fine
It continues with only the sweetest rememberance
Of your love, sweet love
If only it could have seen the storm ahead
The pain that it was to bring unto it
Broken and shattered, can it still feel
Has it got enough in it to follow through
To you, to the love that two hearts may share
I hope that if it does not, at least see the pain
The pain unsaught by the weather channel
The wind that carried many hopless hearts
away from the love of another
If only it can find his through this
god-aweful, stormy, wind of love and broken hearts
In which it has carried with it

Submitted: Monday, March 10, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Topic of this poem: Love


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Not true, never been in love...

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