Treasure Island

Rachel Henley

(1st October 1994 / Wales)

This Heart Knows Pain


this heart knows pain,
as frequent as rain,
and harsh as snow,
wherever, whatever the weather,
with you, i shall go.
its not a conscience choice,

its you the fate of my hand takes.
its my life, your life makes.
i wont be dragged,
and i wont sigh behind,

for to your right and left shoulder,
forever i will be to your side.
from skin to soul, to soul to skin,
your more than i have ever been.

as long as the wind blows,
and as long as there's a sun in the sky,
your shattered soul,
will forever be protected by mine.

Submitted: Sunday, October 02, 2011
Edited: Sunday, October 02, 2011

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  • Allemagne Roßmann (10/2/2011 10:50:00 AM)

    The heart bloody never stops..nobody therefore is recurrent with pain than it but when it actually wants to rest...its too late to express..very well written.. (Report) Reply

  • Stefanie Fontker (10/2/2011 9:40:00 AM)

    Beautiful. I love your passion, and the affection you've clearly expressed. I especially enjoyed your last stanza, simply divine. (Report) Reply

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