Mark Heathcote

Veteran Poet - 2,908 Points (22/03/66 / Manchester)

Like A Light In My Heart and Soul


I have heard a whisper electrical on my tongue
Wanting to leap and make that circuit…
That glow, like a light in my heart and soul
That says together we belong…

I have felt a fire in a kiss even before my eyes closed.
I have felt a hurricanes love, sweep, me up-
Off the floor in flames of fueled white hot bliss,
Oh and I have heard a serpent singing hymns to the moon.

That’s when I noticed him coiled with a longing
To belong … Saying, I’m the whisper!
Electrical on your tongue
Wanting to leap and make that circuit…

He says together we two, simply, together belong.
You my angel playing on her harp till it gets dark.
And then we’ll linger in hurricanes arms…
A hurricane of love-

Together fed on; the fuel of two turtle doves in love.
On the fumes of honeysuckle entwined to tangle.

O I have heard a whisper electrical on my tongue
Wanting to leap and make that circuit…
With that glow, that light in my heart and soul
That says together we two, belong…

Submitted: Sunday, April 21, 2013
Edited: Monday, April 22, 2013
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