|Brightly Dim (standard:poetry, 151 words)|
|Author: munleyko||Added: Sep 13 2000||Views/Reads: 2763/0||Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)|
|This is a poem about the feelings that occur when you discover you have fallen in love with a close friend.|
Brightly Dim So brightly dim I hold my heart before your tender fires. Long have I walked, on broken roads, without a sole for comfort, to stand before this glorious flame, and absorb from it such gentle warmth as I have not yet known. One thousand miles I have come and with so little in pocket, through you, I have so much. So dimly bright I hold my heart before your tender fires. A spark does fly, and so ignites my soul with much desire. So should I release myself, my heart, and in this warm twilight dwell? To risk that which is so dear to me, my future I cannot fortell. So stand I silent through the night close to you I do rest, and pray that in some close time ahead, this fire I should test. So brightly dim I hold my heart a glow with your tender fires. Tweet
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