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Ripples Of A Desensitized Heart

Updated on October 2, 2014

Destined to see and to feel, but absentminded of my reach,

Misled in a direction attracted by love's opposer,

A soul battered to be left tattered with a piece of life to lease,

Waves jolt your flawless soul, devising your glacial boulder,

Surrounded by the beguiling darkness, in the face of a hasty commitment to life,

Taken by a vile hand, and attentive to a misguided counsel,

Punctured by a demoralizing context of an indifferent society carrying knifes,

Preserving love can seal the ruptures of a calamitous fate,

The shelter of love can calm the strenuous waves, that will reveal the way to the gate ,for your radiant destiny awaits.




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    • Jolene Melloh profile image

      Jolene melloh 3 years ago

      My pleasure. I most certainly will...

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      Along with the wind 3 years ago from colorado

      Thank you for reading, and please continue to do so.

    • Jolene Melloh profile image

      Jolene melloh 3 years ago

      Beautiful.

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      Along with the wind 3 years ago from colorado

      Thank you.

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      The Examiner-1 3 years ago

      Beautiful Kelvin, or should I say that about a wounded, lonely heart. I voted up, shared and pinned it.

      Kevin

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      Along with the wind 3 years ago from colorado

      You are very welcome, and thanks for reading.

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      Dianna Mendez 3 years ago

      This is such a beautiful poem. Thanks for sharing your thoughts on this topic.

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      Along with the wind 3 years ago from colorado

      Thank you, I expressed it the best way I could.

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      Ruby Jean Fuller 3 years ago from Southern Illinois

      Beautifully expressed!!