Sweetest Healer …
The first anomaly I’ve had was you
the sweetest healer of broken hearts
Chaste like new born flowers set to bloom,
And anxious butterflies that tear me apart—
Nestled closely you consume my chest,
the perfumes of you imbruing my skin.
Then to my heart your mind compressed
to blandish my soul and the swells within.
The follies that mumble in discreet
How if you wore me, I would cover you
For my heart rests upon my sleeve
Inked in blood, the things you knew were true.
Then you smiled, and my heart darned itself
the pieces finally felt right when put together
And slowly evil withered and then expelled
in warmth again, love, with the fairest weather
And somewhere near the hearthside, by the embers,
Burned deep, this love became unquenchable.
It was like smoldering ravines, forever,
how I couldn’t stop falling was incredible.—
I could spend ages exploring your lips,
Indulging in the sweet honeys of your tongue
The soft gentle caresses and playful nips,
The caution to the wind you so freely flung.
Need I remind you, when I say I love you
It’s not for habit or to snuggle at night,
when those eyelids separate me from you,
and in my dreams your debut takes flight—
On repeat, I endure goosebumps, with your smiles,
An inferno, how my soul burns, Like a phoenix—
I’m reborn, the most fortunate man for miles,
Each morning I stare at Heaven’s credence.