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TITLE: Swept Away By Love
By wendell a brown
07/25/11
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The valley was so green
To my love swept eyes,
and all that I did behold
was so alive with life.

There seemed to be
melodies of unknown
origins floating on
air, massaging my
ears, pricking my heart.

I sat there so full,
knowing no pains of
physical hunger, for my
present state of mind
would not allow it to
happen.

For my hunger was born
of a different nature,
that could never be satisfied,
but by the one who cast
her spell upon me.

I would never again
be satisfied, unless I
became an integral part
of her hearts matrix.

I needed to taste of the
the endless pleasures
that I longed to explore
In my current timeshare,
that found my heart...
cradled in her hands.

For I could not move
far away from her side,
as the pleasures that
Her love did bring...
swept my mind away.

And my mind did form
the words of a prayer
to my Father in heaven,
that she might become
the wife that I asked
Him to bring into my life.
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