Treasure Island

Seshat Nibada


Reunion


Bring those kisses back again
That are sealed with love for
Many a spring day, summer twilight
Bring those lips that shine of golden fruit

Bringwell, God knows we are meant
To rejoice a little, to heat up the frozen life
Of body going numb, and mind at rest
Where our bodies do join in honour and marriage

Bring, these and those kisses right here
That are sealed with garlands of love
Scents, roses, sapphires – let me comfort you
With flair, subtly, passionately – with hungry eyes

That dance the death of night so sweetly – too sweetly
Bring those kisses back again
For more, O’ my love for -evermore
Bring those lips that shine on, the holy rounds

Of health and ancient receptacles sugary
As in a vault of love, all cuddled up
For many a hundred years have I waited for thee.

Submitted: Saturday, September 28, 2013
Edited: Monday, September 30, 2013
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  • marvin brato (10/6/2013 11:06:00 PM)

    True love lingers beyond death, a reunion shall soon comes in time! Nice sentiment. (Report) Reply

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