Your Light

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    I wrote this for a boy that I like... :) He's very special to me.

    Your Light

    My summer was interrupted,
    cracked, broken.
    Disturbed by a warm presence.
    And now, it seems,
    that I don't want to do anything
    without you by my side.
    I find myself thinking
    of your warm hands
    around mine,
    and your half smile
    growing in my eyes.
    Your arms enveloping me
    in an embrace of promise.
    And you told me,
    that I was beautiful.
    And it was then that my heart
    swelled in my chest.
    Then you took my hand
    and led me away from the darkness of my life,
    and into the light
    of our future.

    By: Brandi Deacon
    2010

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    patricialouise commented on Your Light

    07-04-2010

    Realy done well. Ah, new love is wonderful...I do hope this is not related to the Raven poem...yes , I read it out of order.

    BringMeBullets

    09/23/2010

    Thank you... :)

    Qualin commented on Your Light

    06-14-2010

    I'M SO PROUD OF YOU ...FROM THE FIRST TI ME I MET YOU TIL NOW YOU HAVE GROWN...UP CONTINUE...YOU CAN LEAD OTHERS AWAY FROM THE DARKNESS OF THEIR LIVES...YOUR FRIEND QUALIN

    BringMeBullets

    06/18/2010

    Thank you... :)

    dahlusion commented on Your Light

    05-26-2010

    "My summer was interrupted, cracked, broken. Disturbed by a warm presence. And now, it seems, that I don't want to do anything without you by my side"—the honesty here in this line is so beautiful and delicate. And then the poem itself is perches upon perfection. Bravo!!

    BringMeBullets

    06/18/2010

    Thank you...

    Papa commented on Your Light

    05-11-2010

    Oh young, so long ago. Holding hands, that first tingle that you'll always long for. Spending an entire day at a Hall Mark store looking for that perfect card to show how you feel. Thanks for the trip down memory lane. Great poem.

    BringMeBullets

    05/11/2010

    Hehe. Thank you, Papa. :)

    ginga commented on Your Light

    04-24-2010

    bullets, A rendezvous within the early stages of love is so precious and hopeful. may this stand the test of time. ginga

    BringMeBullets

    04/26/2010

    Thank you... Hehe. :)

    The true philosopher and the true poet are one, and a beauty, which is truth, and a truth, which is beauty, is the aim of both.

    Ralph Waldo Emerson, American Poet (1803-1882)

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