Holy Innocence

Holy Innocence

Even angels fall in love, really—

I was afraid and guilty of sin
I was corrupting an innocent mind
On that very day my heart saw you.

 

On that very day
my heart saw you
It leapt with divine joy
That a soul
as gentle as you was created
For I was to escape
From the stinging slum of hypocrites.

 

If it were enough
to sit without words
What do you think
I wouldn’t have told you?
How I wished you’d just to go away
Never to come back again
I should’ve listened
To ya’ silent voice then
I should have known
Right from the start
Mine were just holy emotions.

 

Since that single day
I just feel
Count on the words we shared
Deep down
They burn me even today
Knowing that I love you
Yet you can’t
I ought not to feel that way
Men of the cloth don’t
These holy emotions
Kill me babe.

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My book, Holy Innocence, has been published on CreateSpace.
Holy Innocence is an anthology of Love Poems – emotions, feelings and actions all put in one collection.

It is Love in words and verse form.

The most of sensational poetry.

Click here to purchase online.

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17 thoughts on “Holy Innocence” by elovepoetry (@elovepoetry)

  1. Nice! this is good.
    glad to hear that.

  2. Congrats elove! Nice poem… It’s like something I’ve got in my head… Well done… $ß.

    1. Thanks @sibbylwhyte. You should let that something in your head out, we (the world) are waiting…..

  3. Sunshine (@nicolebassey)

    Delicious!

    1. Thanks @sunshine

  4. Nur'ayn (new reign) (@newreign)

    Beautiful is the poem, well done.

    1. thanks for reading @Seun-Odukoya

  5. Fadehan Adeoshun (@Fadehan)

    i feel you….. this is cool

    1. thanks @Fadehan, for reading and everything

  6. @elovepoetry, my belated expression of an attitude of gratitude. The wonderful words above were arranged in an order so beautiful. It was really a nice creative piece of truth in well-structured lines – lines with rich semantic relevance…

    1. @innoalifa, thanks so much for your kind words. I love the idea that you love the poem, and my work.

      1. @elovepoetry, I couldn’t but fall in love with your poem… keep on there!

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