Heart So Fragile

Heart so Fragile …

Her heart was so fragile,

put together –

time and time again.

It was so fragile,

that it seemed to barely beat.

It had been battered,

then shattered

and it appeared that just perhaps –

this time it would never mend.

It was then that he stepped in,

the tall stranger,

with the piercing eyes

and the mystic smile.

He saw her

and knew right away,

that this was one heart –

he wanted to save.

Like a summer flower,

that had been caught unawares,

by autumn breezes,

wilted and so very sad.

Her eyes no longer,

sparkling and clear,

glistening with so many tears.

Her laughter long faded,

now only quiet sighs

and yes, oh yes, that fragile heart.

He approached her

and she looked wary.

Their romance began,

on a spring morning,

wet with the dew,

shining on the first daffodils,

when her hand slipped into his,

he smiled so very brightly.

Miracles do happen,

even to hearts,

that have been left crushed –

after love has gone away.

He watched her,

begin to bloom that spring

and could tell –

that at last her heart was beating.

By the summer she was his,

once again a flower,

in full bloom.

They danced that summer,

Oh, how they danced

and by her very brilliant smile,

he knew at last,

that her once fragile heart,

was his to have and to hold,

and he knew,

that it would forever be,

his most prized treasure –

her love he’d keep forever.

Rasma Raisters

I am a dreamer, a poet and a writer. These are my passions as well as music. My hometown is NYC. Presently I live in the suburbs of Riga, Latvia with my wonderful adopted cat Sid.

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Rasma Raisters

I am a dreamer, a poet and a writer. These are my passions as well as music. My hometown is NYC. Presently I live in the suburbs of Riga, Latvia with my wonderful adopted cat Sid.

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