Facade

Is it purity
or simply grace
that pulls me into eternity
in seek of your embrace?
Is it simple love
or a facade of charm
that lifts you like a dove,
away from any harm,
to watch the roses die? 

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2 Comments on “Facade

  1. [ Smiles ] Oh, this is a very beautiful poem; I hope that you write some more like it and post it on WordPress.

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