“When I look into your eyes, I can see a love restrained”…


Today I welcome back my Guest Poet Kavitha – Enjoy!


“My Unwritten Love Letter”

In moments of when I did not have the right words to say;
I would write my love letters to you in writing…I knew only this way.
For it seems that just as good the good moments are;
The bad moments seemed just as bad, making the good seem so far.
When the moments were good, it was absolute bliss;
It felt like we were in our own little world, so wondrous like a first kiss.
With gentle whispers in the late hours of the night;
Words that were so sweet, and carried love with great might.
But then there were long moments of silence that were so deafeningly strong;
It just ripped my heart out…and a thing he could not understand that it was wrong.
As days would go by…there were many nights that I cried myself to sleep;
He not knowing how my love for him ran deep.
I often wondered if the love was one-sided;
When our hearts banged and collided.
Time that was lost, without any explanation or rhyme;
I would ask him, “Was time with me, ever worth your dime?”
Yet every time I heard his voice, I forgot about all of the pain;
And all to rest, the hurt was lain.
If he only would show me that same kind of love;
That makes me soar heights like a dove.
Then we could fly forever away;
To love’s heaven bound ways.
For I realize my love is unconditional in nature;
Despite his emotion or societal stature.
My heart writes this untold letter to him, everyday;
For these are words that I could never say.
Wondering if I ever meant as much to him, as he does to me;
In my heart and dreams I wish it was meant to be.

You can read more of Kavitha’s work on http://www.foodforthespiritualsoul.wordpress.com/

If you would like a guest poet slot, drop me your words, a photo and a song from youtube to eyewillnotcry@hotmail.co.uk

6 responses to ““When I look into your eyes, I can see a love restrained”…

  1. Thank you for the lovely comments…truth always has a beauty to it, doesn’t it? J, you seem to be getting to know me a bit. The comment did put a smile on my face 😉 I just thank you, J, for sharing my work.And to your friends in being open minded to receive them.

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