Irrevocably in love

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Between the shadow and soul
there lies darkness, but it’s ultimately desire
thats drives one into its depths.

You’re love and words brewing inside
the volatile heart, as though fire
that seeps into the rays of dandelion sun.

I watch as you sought to resist
autumnal allure, and moments like this
there’s magic in the embrace of redolent wind.

And I will remember the storm
of relentless lips, and how I had given you
everything – my heart, my body and soul.

For until we have seen someone’s light
and darkness, can hardly hope to discern
and be irrevocably in love.

 

Photo credits: Pinterest

‘Until we have seen someone’s darkness, we don’t really know who they are. 
Until we have forgiven someone’s darkness, we don’t really know what love is.’
– Marianne Williamson

Posted for “October’s Heart-bits” with Magaly

Posted on the “Poetry Pantry” @ Poets United

60 thoughts on “Irrevocably in love

  1. OmaLinda says:

    “I watch as you sought to resist
    autumnal allure”
    These words resound inside me being as I am an autum-aholic and know the strong pull of the season.
    Beautiful words, powerful mental images.
    xoxo Oma Linda

  2. Magaly Guerrero says:

    This prompted a lot of sighs out of me. Love is the best of arts, especially when we find it… and it find us back.

    What a delightful piece, Sanaa. There is something extra special about the voice–a maturity, a longing, a promise… that I really like. This might be one of my new favorites, by you.

    Thanks very much for linking your art-filled poetry to my October’s Heart-Bits.

  3. Rommy says:

    To love so passionately, even as the protagonist watches their beloved struggle with their own darkness. It made me think a little about the myth of Tam Lin, but then my mind will always wander to a fairy tale. Really lovely.

  4. victoria says:

    Deeply beautiful! Every line in this gorgeous poem is so infused with your poetess spirit! Soulful, potent imageries are filling my mind and heart! It is the kind of poem you want to read again ad again! truly stirring…loved it!
    Victoria

  5. Little Gothic Horrors says:

    A beautiful piece! It made me think about this Tinder world we live in now, where people present only the “light” of themselves in order to attract a mate, hiding the “dark” and ultimately never knowing if another person can love the true them.

  6. Mary says:

    I agree that one cannot really say one experiences love unless one sees, and accepts, the light as well as the darkness. Every human being is multi-faceted.

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