13 Inches Of Solid Love
Author: Karla Bardanza
She has never realized before that Love could hide something more...
She used to think that it was impossible to measure all the joys that
Only Love could bring…She even thought that pleasure could never be
Solid but that view wasn’t an illusion…13 inches of solid love brought
Her a different outlook on feelings…She saw Love in its miraculous
Glory…13 inches of solid love was not only a simple and unbelievable story.
13 inches of solid love was what gave her some wings and one day she flew…
The view burnt her eyes…The view had such a different taste…Her heart was
So chaste…Her speechless eyes just seized the moment and perpetuated the
Miracle in her mind till she could find herself gazing at Love again and Again
And there she saw what she would never be able to understand and explain…
Before her very eyes Love was solid…and beautiful…and intense…Oh! Her tense
Surrender was in the end so tender…She changed so much after the miracle, she
Couldn’t be the same…13 inches of solid love and she understood she would like
To take part in that game…13 inches of love and she forgot her own life and name.
Comments on this poem/writing:
|Leonard Cohen (126.96.36.199) -- Tuesday, July 14 2009, 05:41 am|
.... there ain't no cure - there ain't no cure - yes there ain't no cure for love!!!!
|Astonished Gal (188.8.131.52) -- Tuesday, July 14 2009, 07:27 am|
That sounds like a bit of a s-t-r-e-t-c-h, to me!
|barb (184.108.40.206) -- Friday, July 17 2009, 02:49 pm|
you can write on a better subject than this.
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