Treasure Island

Denice Woods


Luminoscity (For My Husband Kevin)

You are the sun
I am the moon
I bask in your radiance
You make me glow.
I am a better woman
Because of your love.
You are the epidemy
Of masculinity.
My very essence
Longs constantly
For your presence.
Not just physical
But spiritual,
You make love to my mind
Every second of the day
I am like an addict;
You are my drug of choice.
I need my daily fix-
The sound of your voice.
I despise when you're away,
Still, I know you are taking care of me,
You are my sun,
I am your moon,
You are my luminoscity.

Submitted: Tuesday, October 08, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, October 09, 2013

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  • Herbert Guitang (11/26/2013 10:56:00 AM)

    A passionate and burning words in a poem. Beautiful! ! !

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