The things you can see in a beautiful face; one that can steal your heart.
Just what is that look I see on your face?
For certain, a warm look of beauty and grace; But it's also a mirror of a time and a place, that hurt you and scarred you and tested your faith.
That look of uncertainty, of mistrust and pain, overshadows loves cleansing midsummer rain. Not all storms bring lightning, thunder and hail; Let loose your torment and allow the sun to prevail.
Be dashing, daring, brazen and bold, or you'll never find what the future may hold.
One thing's for certain as you peep 'round that door, until you kick it wide open and throw your heart on the floor; no one can hurt it, love it or steal it, nor can anyone begin to heal it.
I see some sadness when I look in your eyes, but also desire, it's just neatly disguised.
Your beauty overwhelms me, as does your pain; remember to stand in that midsummer rain.
Happiness awaits you, kick the door open, you'll see; loving arms you can run to; kick now, it's me.
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|Reviewed by Lorraine Watkins
|Wow! I can relate to this, great one. Deep, and I understand.|
|Reviewed by Sheri Uy
|This is so sweet, Glen. Very reassuring and romantic lines, couldn't help but feel special as I read along. Like someone who is afraid to jump in and yet wants to... only to find that someone is waiting to catch you! Simply beautiful.
|Reviewed by 000 000
|Your writing is from the heart. Such depth in your poem. Romance
|Reviewed by Linda Hill
Such a beautiful heartwarming poem! I love this!
|Reviewed by Gianetta Ellis
|Deeply touching and profoundly wise. These words seem born of great love and great understanding. Each of us has been on each side of this shadow and can, therefore, feel the emotions behind the thoughts. Especially touching when one considers it may have been written for a child. Very nice.|
|Reviewed by Dawn Anderson
|Such a beautiful write...full of encouragement and hope. I also find it very romantic, in the sense that it says what many women would like to hear.|
|Reviewed by Kathy Armijo
|Sounds kinda' like my husband, the marshmallow - toasted on the outside, but ooie gooie on the inside.
The person on the other side of the door - kick it open - it's me!
What a wonderful invitation to love,
|Reviewed by David Young
|Enjoyed the write, my fav:
"Not all storms bring lightning, thunder and hail; Let loose your torment, allow the sun to prevail."
|Reviewed by Kathryn Carrington
|What a wonderful poem with solid words of golden strength. You are indeed more perceptive than you can ever image. This, my friend, is what poetry is all about. Be careful, this will bring many, knocking at your door. (smile) Thank you.|
|Reviewed by Rafiriio Daniels
|This will definitly help keep poetry alive!|
|Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader)
|Plumb...Right on the mid wicket.
The last line says more than some may realise.
No-one has the right to own a mans heart.
Manhood is not cheap and not for sale, time to bring reality back...
|Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner
|I love this write, Glen. A safe refuge to run to, your words: beautiful.
(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
|Reviewed by ~ Holly Harbridge (Reader)
|With that invitation, I must tell you, "I'll be over in five!" (just kidding) Although you've touched upon something we women yearn for.. protection, understanding, and strength. Fantastic write! Holly|
|Reviewed by Kate Burnside
|Well, who could resist this bastion of both liberation and safe-keeping. Strong and perspicacious is the man who can admire both the beauty and the pain that every human face contains... and noble him who offers to come alongside with attempts to assuage and heal so that that beauty might be even more honed and revealed. I love the self-effacing strength in this write, Glen, that lays itself down on behalf of the object of its love and affection. Truly the heart and mind of a Knight revealed here. Bless you, Kate xx|
|Reviewed by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart
|Oh My, what a beautiful invitation and a wise observation about life and hearts. Enjoyed.|