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herbert guitang


Your Love Is Like The Planets In The Universe


I want to be close to you like Mercury to see your full glow
and brightness of your intimacy

I see you like a Venus because of your unsurpassed beauty
and your unfathomable; the abysmal kind of love

You revolve like the Earth that gives a magnetic kind of force
to touch the core and mantle of our hearts

I see your ardent desires like a red Mars to fight as war to cover
and protect me

You give a gigantic precious tenderness and enormously
unselfish affections like a Jupiter

You give me snowball rings like Saturn that gives remembrance all beautiful
things that we had been in the atmosphere of treasure memories

Your warmhearted axis that tilts on the rocky core of my life
is like in a deep ocean of Uranus that clasps me with grasping arms

You are like the sea as Uranus that your gentle flows
like clouds that drift my soul

On a very far and infinite distance from your presence,
you are like a Pluto moon that travels with me
and you are always there for me orbiting within
Your Wonderful and Marvelous Love.

Submitted: Wednesday, September 11, 2013
Edited: Sunday, November 09, 2014

Topic of this poem: Love


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