princess irene Namajja

Red moon's day

Let's have a world red moon's day
Just to sense the wild of red
A feel of a trillion reds pressed together
The deep, the scarlet and the crimson reds
For us to fall into affection,
Adoration from hearts like these
To see lovers alone standing firm before the invisible
Let that invisible be the world and its whole
For us all to love and to crave
To be told while we hold
That in the better and worse
The hold of the devotees under the red moons ought to stay
So it is us who will stay
To sit and watch the moon
To let the dripping worship tenderly fall on us
To consecrate and to charm
To truss and to knot
Let the reds grow redder and till they gush out
To come running through us
Till we ascend into the embrace of forever
Into the love resilient
The compassion of everlasting
To look right into the gaze of love
A love graced by the stroke of red
To smile as to breathe
To learn the unforgettable
Just t love under the red moons
On a red moons' day

Submitted: Tuesday, June 26, 2012

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