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From An Acorn Love Grow's



From a tiny Acorn, a huge oak tree grows
From a small spark in my heart true love grows
As a simple stream flows into a river then out to sea
My love for you will go on for an eternity

A small seed may be planted yet a sunflower will grow
You planted your seed of love in my heart
Now I feel I might explode

Your love fed my heart and made it feel whole
As the sun feeds the plants so they to can grow
The plants feed the animals as your love feeds me
And your love for me will set my heart free

I tried hard to resist
The temptation of your thin red lips
I tried hard to deny
That dangerous look in your eye

Now we are together like the sun, moon and sky
As your love pulled me in, it was hard to deny
Now I feel victorious like that sunflower rising up to the sun
And our love is as deep as the rivers that run
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All poems included here are just first draft's. I hadn't written poetry for a few years, so to polish my art and find my muse I posted some quickly written poems on these pages so I could see your response. It has helped me by reading your reviews about my poems (all of which I have taken into consideration) all comments have helped me improve my work a great deal. Thank you. I realy enjoy reading all your poems. I find some very insperational, some very heart felt, some very deep, which has helped me to push myself and dig deeper. Very deep, on some occasions. So my own poetry has vastly improved- since I have joined this sight, it has certainly helps splur me on. Thank You for all your imput and replies, please keep it up. It has helped educate me and make me a better writer. So if you would like to read more of my poems (the ones I've taken time over, polished them, played with them, worked on them till they truly worked)for your pleasure I have now with confidence published my own book. A MEASUREMENT OF THE MIND, POEMS OF LIFE AND LOVE. its available on ebook at Amazon. Thank You. more…

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