Friday, May 28, 2010

FORBIDDEN LOVE: by Geoff Pirie


Today, I've the sincere pleasure of introducing the work of Geoff Pirie twice.

I think you'll agree, he's a talented and spiritually moving writer.

I first met him on Facebook and, after reading some of the beautiful things he posted there, instantly became a fan of his gentle, romantic style of writing.

And now, Geoff Pirie ...


FORBIDDEN LOVE:
by Geoff Pirie


I live through my dark existence;
Only to bask in your beauty;
Your eyes shine like sapphires;
Your smile brightens my day:
Oh, how I envy the wind
 that runs through your hair
and touches your lips;
I long to hold you in my arms....
but I cannot;
For your heart belongs to another;
So as I love you from afar;
More than anything this world provides:
Like an angel...
you have touched my heart;
I have never felt a love like this before;
I saw the night sky clearing
when you spread your rainbow wings;
You kissed away my tears
and sheltered my heart:
But then I grew fearful;
For I had fallen in love;
I cried for the friendship
I thought I had lost;
Then felt your gentle hand in mine:
As you whispered
soft words of comfort
straight to my heart;
These camouflaged emotions;
Pain...and silent cries;
Yet...still I cannot tell you:
These feelings so cathartic;
I tremble when I'm near you;
Cant you see it in my eyes?
Forbidden pleasures...
Who makes these rules?

Geoff Pirie:Copyright © May 2010:


Thank you most sincerely, Geoff ~CJ


"A writer soon learns that easy to read is hard to write." ~CJ Heck

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi,

I have just read this wonderful poem & wondered if you could tell me any more about the poet or where I could read some more of his work?

Thanks, Valerie

CJ Parrish Heck said...

Hello Val,
Thank you for visiting my blog -- yes, Geoff is a wonderful poet. He has more of his work on Facebook -- put his name in the search box at the top of your profile and go to his page there.
CJ

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