Face Value

Poem By Nick Hilton

I see your face,
Bu the bustle of live,
Holds me back,
From knowing you,
But still i want you,
But the power that stalls us all,
Stalls me,
And as the world falls to ruin before me,
And lives are lost and won,
The warmth,
Of my love for you,
Stays within you,
And the world,
Spins on you axis,
And the continents shift,
To your whim,
Wars are fought over,
For your needs,
And the pain escapes,
Through the thought of you,
And even in the most,
Desperate of times,
However high the dread,
In me gets,
Even when my fear,
Is killing my heart,
And the turbulent storm,
Rages onwards,
The thought of you drives the waves,
From my mind,
And blows the lightening,
From destroying,
My love for you,
And the hunting,
Of my dreams,
In which,
You live.

Comments about Face Value

HI NICK, I'M VERY HAPPY FOR FIND YOU. IS BEAUTY ' FACE VALUE ' IS ME, I WAS WORKING, WITCH YOU MANY YEARS AGO, , , , , , , , , , , IN LINDEN, NJ,


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