This Poem was Submitted By: Victoria Ann Hill On Date: 2000-12-05 22:22:13 . . . Click Here To Mail this Poem to a Friend!

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Tempest Departed

A heart, once owned, may never be the same. To crest so high surely stretches the boundaries of its confines.   Once touched, its wildness shuns the old tame, and seeks to mire in deeper seas - cast out longer lines. A feeble stroke o'er passes its realm of conscious like so much water; tripping lightly over chords of remembrance, landing calm, and unremarked. Yet oceans of desire, tempest-filled and thunder raging, can their master slaughter; when, but for lack of caress, the heart breaks its confines, soul and will departed.

Copyright © December 2000 Victoria Ann Hill

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