Unrequited Love

There she sits; unawares, undisclosed
And I breathe her visage with my eyes
My dream, she is, my heart supposed
And appertains to me, as I surmise

There she walks: gracefully, lightly
And my heart yearns to walk with her
My wish, she is, my warm ambition
And soft are her succulent steps

There she sleeps: quietly, pleasantly
And my eyes fall wearily downward
My pease, she is, my bittersweet haven
And I drink her delectable features

Here I stand: solitary, lonely
And my fingers ache for another’s
My own, I am, belonging to no one
And cursing to be undiscovered