The Waltz – Author Adam Levon Brown

 

The way I looked at you;

like you were the last star in the darkened night sky,

like you were my only hope,

my only guide on my long journey home

 

Little did I know that you would look at me;

like I was the answer to all of your deepest questions

A ship sailing near when you were a castaway

on a desert island

 

I was the cure for your loneliness

You were the bastion of hope that I so longed for

I took your hand that night and we danced

as everyone else just stood and watched in wonder

 

We danced like snowflakes as they weave through the sky

and like snowflakes,

we melted into the ground with each guided step

 

I was the luckiest guy in the world,

to have such a beautiful flower in my arms

And then you whispered to me,

“I know we just met, but I think I love you”

 

For a brief instant,

My best childhood memories flashed through my mind

and that is exactly what I see every single time

I look into her luminescent golden beautiful eyes

 

That is the day I met her;

My goddess.

And that is the day that my heart

became whole for the first time in my life.

 

© Adam Levon Brown

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Excerpt from the book “Musings of a Madman”


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About the Author

Adam Levon Brown is a published author, poet, amateur photographer, and cat lover. His writing will transport you to another space where you won’t want to leave.

Adam Levon Brown burst through the door of contemporary poetry in early 2015 after being diagnosed with Schizoaffective disorder. He used writing as a tool for catharsis and eventually started submitting his poems to journals and magazines. Now an established poet with dozens of publications, a fiction novella, and two full collections of poetry out, he plans to take the poetry world by storm.

Visit Author Page At: www.ctupublishinggroup.com/adam-levon-brown-.html



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