Monday, August 23, 2010

From My Muse

From My Muse
From My Heart
By Tami Snow

Thievery of my soul began

Across the widened expanse of time

A secret pleading discovery

Within a book of song and rhyme

Your eyes a looking glass of fear

The color of the sky

I look upon their languid gaze

As you go soaring by

How much longer will you leave me here

Disguised as wafting need

Limbs desiring to grow and stretch

Out from a fertile seed

On paper spill my heart and soul

My deepest desires expose

My life held in your timid fingers

Show them so they know


Bryce Main said...

There's something heartwrenchingly touching about your poems Tami. I'm not much of a poetry lover, but I love your use of words here. Thank you for sharing. I enjoyed it very much. What a fantastic first line....

Thievery of my soul began

Love it...

Browneyegirl145 said...

I love this poem, what a beautiful tribute to your muse...smiles..hugs...